A beautiful story of Christmas kindness and how social media can be an instrument in social good.
Justin Ricklefs doesn’t do to well with blood, but here’s how he handled a situation that was bound to scar.
Let’s live every day, not simply for the weekend.
Life is funny. Just when you think you’re through making a major decision, another one is on the horizon.
Justin Ricklefs on how public outbursts are not the answer to disciplining your children.
Words are important – they effect our community and our environment. Justin Ricklefs shows us how we can use them to be better.
Justin Ricklefs on children, foster parenting, and crying.
Reliability is an important aspect in relationships. Justin Ricklefs on how the 1996 film “Jerry Maguire” inspired him to be consistent to his words.
We set aside the important, intentional thing for the urgent, immediate thing. All the dang time. At least I do.
What are the things that are holding you back from your dreams?
Sometimes kids can surprise you in the most hopeful ways.
Justin Ricklefs thanks his son for teaching him how to live more fully from his heart.
Justin Ricklefs is moved by ESPN’s Shelley Smith, now back on air after a year-long battle with breast cancer, and how she is paving the way for women and families battling this unwelcome disease, including his sister.
Justin Ricklefs does some soul searching on youth sports and shares what his family is doing to inject a little joy into the madness.
Justin Ricklefs found himself in a Walmart parking lot, crying. Only then did he start to live.
“We were young, in love, and ready for marriage when we said ‘yes’ in our early twenties. But that doesn’t necessarily mean we were prepared.”