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    Goodbye, California

    It’s been two years since my family and I made a ridiculous leap of faith and moved to the Bay Area. To be honest, it feels like ten. I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t lost and confused when we first moved out here. Our initial reason for moving was to help start a church plant in the heart of San Francisco. For our family, that fell through months after we moved here. From that point on, it was an overly challenging and incredibly emotional ordeal to find our place out here and to figure out where this place fit in with God’s plan for our lives. Two years…

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    The Abortion Of A Dream

    If there’s one thing I never want to carry with me through this life, it’s regret. As I’ve matured (spiritually) over the years, I’ve learned to build my life around a particular attitude: live with no regrets. This doesn’t mean I party like there’s no tomorrow. It means I never want to look back at my life and wonder what could have been. What could have happened had I just taken step #1001 and passed into the great thing God had been preparing for me the whole course of my journey instead of giving up and calling it quits at step #1000? I’m ruminating on this topic of regret because…