“I know my disease is out in the parking lot doing push-ups”
Continue reading “Denial in Recovery”
I’m sure I’m going to make some people uncomfortable and perhaps even angry at me. Still others will think I’m crazy when they read what I have to say, but it’s the truth!
Continue reading “Where will you go when you die?”
John 13:1-17 A Model for Men’s Accountability Groups
Continue reading “Jesus Washes His Disciples’ Feet”
There are certain times in life when we wish we could stop the clock and live in the moment forever.
Continue reading “Stop-the-Clock Moments”
There was a little boy in the Fourth Grade who was a really good baseball player.
Continue reading “The Toothache”
For many a year (most of my life – in all truth) I had the mindset that if there was something I absolutely needed to do or had to do, then it was a burden; a chore; an unpleasant tax on my time.
Continue reading “Burden or Blessing”
According to the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, the word dedicate can be used as either an adjective or a transitive verb. The definition of the word seems to vary somewhat, depending on its usage.
Continue reading “Truly Dedicated”
What matters more; How long one has been sober or the quality of one’s sobriety?
Continue reading “Seventeen and Counting”
“If home’s where my heart is then I’m out of place” –from the song Homesick, by MercyMe.
Continue reading “Feeling Out of Place”
‘The Professor and the Paradox’ is from the Personal Stories section of the book, Alcoholics Anonymous, 2nd edition.
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Hope is the key ingredient to a successful campaign against personal addiction.
Continue reading “Some Thoughts On Hope”