Press On

Ethan began to jog as I plopped down on the turf. I planned to jog with him yesterday evening, but my plans changed as soon as we entered the indoor football field. In the middle of the field, a college softball player was teaching a young girl to pitch. When I was around the young... Continue Reading →

Unreasonable Expectations

Do you usually think about how to open a door before you walk through it? When you’re at a coffee shop, do you think about how you’re going to grab your coffee, receipt, and change all at once? As the Lord’s Supper tray comes toward you at church, do you think about how you’re going... Continue Reading →

Stop Staring

When I was 7 years old, I wanted a prosthetic arm. My doctors showed me incredible prosthetics that could glow in the dark and even hold a golf club or car keys. I was amazed by these prosthetics with neat designs and functions, but I did not want one of these impressive prosthetics. I wanted... Continue Reading →

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