Dads Throughout History Series – Part 2Author, Public Speaker, Doctor, Philosopher, DadIf we’re not to judge a book by its cover, can we judge a father by his children? I’d say so. In the summer of 2016, a colleague of mine remarked how poised the Trump children were on the stage of the Republican National…
What closets haven’t we opened or addressed that will lead to a better, healthier culture for everyone?
Time Machine Series:Exploring Past, Present & FuturePASTWith a father who worked for two state governors and a U.S. Representative, politics seeped into my groundwater. I was used to hanging around campaign headquarters, walking parade routes throwing candy, passing out bumper stickers, and wearing our candidate’s colors and slogan. By high school, I had quickly found…
GENIUS AT WORK. KEEP OUT.
From a new documentary to a special chord in “Penny Lane”, we can’t get enough of The Beatles.From a new documentary to a special chord in “Penny Lane”, we can’t get enough of The Beatles.
Embed from Getty ImagesAs the year ends, we don’t exactly find ourselves in the same place that we thought we’d be when we we woke up the morning of November 8, visions of a liberal Supreme Court, another Clinton White House, and sugar plum fairies dancing in our heads.Still, 2016 wasn’t entirely a bust.There were some noticeable victories…
How we define ourselves isn’t always an age-old, out-of-the-ordinary story of salvation.
Reflecting on 2016, Jim Killon gives us reasons to look forward to 2017.
Looking back and moving forward.
Without a clear focus, are you ready to take on the next twelve months?
Jesse Kornbluth reflects on 2016.
Listen up, Dads: slow down. No, really—slow down. Waaaay, down. These are the last two weeks of the year, and whether you loved or hated 2016, there’s no sense in rushing to 2017. It will be here before you know it. For right now, just put it on cruise control at about 25 mph, even…
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The assault on LGBTQ equality and protections has begun. A Trump presidency and his agenda would be wipe out all that the community has gained.
Dinner time at our house means no television. It means we all sit at the table to eat and talk about the day. That’s the hope, however, with a three and one-year-old, we’re not having much in the way of meaningful table conversation. Instead we’re begging one to come back to his seat between bites,…
Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus presents his nominees for the 2016 Best of the Net Awards