What I've Learned in the first 100 days of Marriage

My wife Kristina and I dated for six years before we got married in January this year. I was confident that marriage would be a breeze because we’ve literally known each other for close to a decade. But like many people tell you prior to the wedding, the real work truly begins when the party is over and the return flight from your honeymoon lands.

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Leaf Me Alone. Autumn is on my Mind.

We all get that October is the best fall month for outdoor activities. November has rights to Thanksgiving and December doesn’t consider itself a fall month even though winter doesn’t officially start until December 21st. Here are some fun things to do with the family before it’s gets too cold.

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Wearing White after Labor Day? Who Cares?

We all get that wearing white after Labor Day is forbidden, right? 

Well, not so fast. The dictum that you shouldn’t wear white after Labor Day has been around for a while, and if I had more time, I would tell you how and why this rhetoric came into effect.

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The Importance of Tithing

I had a conversation with someone recently about why I pay my tithes. It was a great conversation, and by the end of it, he understood exactly what I was saying. I decided to share those thoughts in a vlog.

A June to Remember: 1 year later

If you are going through something difficult right now, stay strong. Remember, it may seem hopeless right now, but the dark times don’t last. Joy cometh in the morning. I can say that confidently because just a year ago, I was in a hospital bed with no clue when I was going home. Look at me now. God turned it around.

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