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Movie Review – Camp

Movie Review of Camp You can read Word Films own summary of camp here. Here is an excerpt: Eli’s life is nightmare. His mother is a drug addict who neglects his care, and his transient father floats in and out of his life. Eli is filled with rage from the physical abuse he has received […]

Lost a Friend

After only a few minutes back on Facebook, I caused my wife to lose a friend today! But this wasn’t my usual hijacking shenanigans. She asked me to read a post which had bothered her and read some comments. Check out this thread and tell me what you think? How many problems can you spot? […]

R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Find Out What it Means to Me

“Respect” is a term commonly thrown around family circles, churches, ministries, businesses and the political realm. Check out this blog post which asks and answers some good questions about the reality of respect. Rather than post my own blog; I am encouraging you to read this one and check out the comments where I add […]

Quick Reminders About Discipline.

Here are some things that help me when I have to consider how to discipline my children. I added bold text to highlight the “take home” in each point for you if you’re interested in a quick list! Discipline is supposed to be about love for the child. My actions and methods must be tempered […]

What Would Jesus Lift?

Arnold Schwarzenegger is certainly a household name by now, but many people may be surprised to hear he holds an annual conference right here in Columbus, OH. Thousands of folks flock from far (a little alliteration?) to get a chance to see Arnold, as well as learn about different supplements and equipment related to powerlifting […]

Half Empty or Half Full? Just Put Down the Glass…

I saw this story today. I leave it in its original form. ———————— A psychologist walked around a room while teaching stress management to an audience. As she raised a glass of water, everyone expected they’d be asked the “half empty or half full” question. Instead, with a smile on her face, she inquired: “How […]

Report Concerning 180 Day @OhioState

To start, let me provide a little background information about how this entire project started. On Thursday, September 27, I received an email containing the following: We have a donor who is interested in getting 1000 “180” DVD’s into the hands of young voters on college campuses in time for them to understand the content […]