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the grass is greener…

A couple of weeks ago, I went to a Q&A at Bel Air Presbyterian with DeVon Franklin, the Senior VP of Production at Columbia Pictures, about the making of Heaven Is For Real. He...

handmade greeting cards

Monday nights mean my girls Bible study. And occasionally Bible study means “Prayer and Potluck.” And occasionally “Prayer and Potluck” means frozen margaritas in celebration of Cinco de Mayo while we make Mother’s Day...

do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.

Aristotle said: “There is only one way to avoid criticism: do nothing, say nothing and be nothing.” I am extremely disappointed by the “controversy” over American Blogger. I would say I am shocked, but as I get older...

stand out. stand up.

So God told the Israelites he would bring them into the Promised Land. If you read my previous post, you know from the Israelites’ “but,” that they had their doubts. Their main concern was that the...

“but.”

God is faithful. How often I forget that. How often do I forget all the times in my life he has provided for me? All the times he has so clearly showed up when I needed him...

Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad, and God

I was watching the SAG awards this Saturday, and Bryan Cranston said something that really stood out to me. He won the award for best male actor in a drama series for his role on a...

recycled wine bottle christmas decor

This is the first Christmas season I have had with my own place. It’s great in a sense that I can decorate for Christmas. It’s not so great in a sense that I have...

the big picture

I flew to Texas last weekend to see my family. I did a few things I wanted to do in Dallas… ate at MiCocina (may or may not have driven straight from DFW to...

wait, what?

This has been a season of waiting for me in my career. As an actor you are constantly on a rollercoaster ride of ups and downs, highs and lows, excitements and disappointments. The majority...

vintage headboard

I love all things vintage. I think I get it from my mom. She has always loved the “rustic” look. But ironically it was my dad who spotted these old shutters and door tucked...