At over $80 to fill up my car tank, I wanted to discover whether it is better to commute to buy cheap gas. Feeding a family of six means we go to Costco to buy…
Going Out For Bid
Does anyone like to hear those words from a potential customer? In your business, you spend valuable time building a solution for a customer. They love the solution and it looks to be something that…
What Do I Know About Jesus’ Early life?
This morning I started reading “Rediscover Jesus” by Matthew Kelly – a book I received from my church a few years back for Lent. I’m sure I’m reading it not as intended, as it was…
The Road to Emmaus
It is time of difficulty that build our character. Christ walks with us during the hard times. The road to Emmaus is a great example of how we act and how we should think during…
An Entrepeneur’s Perspective on the Pandemic Stimulus
My friend Bo recently shared this quote with me
“There are no atheists in foxholes, and there are no capitalists in a crisis.”
I am stunned by what I have read about the government stimulus. While I am poised be “given” a significant chunk of money both personally and for my small business, I think both of these giveaways are terrible ideas.
The Remedy to the Economic Pandemic
This is a follow-up to my last post about the massive economic problems I see our country facing and how freezing the US economy to where it was a couple weeks ago might be a potential remedy.
A Solution to the Pandemic Economic Problem
I’ve been thinking about the economic problems we are going to face as a country, and it scares me. What we are doing now will save people’s lives, but is going to have a huge impact on how we live our lives for the next few years.
All the big solutions which seem to get press during this pandemic are government based. But I think, especially in the USA, that the real power has to come from the people. Not the city government, not the state government, not the federal government. From me and from you.
Witness to Jesus’ Final Days – Luke 22:14-23:56
This entire scripture reading speaks of the witnesses to Jesus’ actions during his last days. Why is this important? Because you only have witnesses to actual events. Witnesses validate the truth of history. Witnesses stand as a barrier to people just making up stories. And in Luke’s gospel, he describes the witnesses to Christ’s final days on Earth, the witnesses of his last supper, the witnesses of His arrest, of his torture, crucifixtion, and death on the cross. Right now, in this Gospel, we don’t discuss it, but it is also important that we recognize these witnesses as validating the truth of His ulimate resurrection.
The Best Discovery EVER! MT 2-12
Gospel MT 2:1-12 When Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea, in the days of King Herod, behold, magi from the east arrived in Jerusalem, saying, “Where is the…
Show Me the Way To Go Home
We drove home from Oakland back to San Diego today. I often want to see people on the drive back, but today I just wanted to get home. I think the fact that we all…