Get more of the faith, fun, and family that you hear in on-air with the DJ blogs.

Never Give Up

My boys and I were watching the game. It didn’t take long for our heads to be hanging low. Never before had we seen our beloved Seahawks play so poorly. Quarter by quarter, interception by interception, our doubt was growing. My son Hayden even said, “It’s going take a miracle.” I had gotten to the point where I Read more...

It Makes Sense to Me

A friend told me a joke the other day about a woman who went to an auto repair shop and asked the mechanic for a seven hundred ten. He looked puzzled and said, “What’s a seven hundred ten?” She replied, “You know, the little piece in the middle of the engine. I’ve lost it and need a new one. I don’t know exactly Read more...

Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word

"Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word."  Not only was it an Elton John song title from the 1970's... it's a reality for the present. Read more...

Opa! Time To Find That Passport!

SPIRIT 105.3 is heading to the Greek islands to retrace the footsteps of the Apostle Paul. Your bible will come to life as we explore the ancient land where Paul made missionary journeys. I have never been to Greece so I’m very excited to share this amazing journey with you. I’m brushing up on the Greek language as we speak. ;-) Read more...

Remembering the Message in the Madness

Phew! Do you feel exhausted?! I don’t know about you, but these days I feel I’m the last one to the finish line. It’s the mad dash through the holiday season! Once we enter the Thanksgiving week, I find myself suddenly feeling the days are shorter and the “to do” list has grown exponentially. Read more...

The Story Our Christmas Tree Tells

Have you gotten your Christmas tree up yet?

We just did. And as I look at it today, I see the years like lines on my face. . .or the notches on the kids' growth chart in their room.  Read more...

Hope In The Midst Of The Holidays

I was originally thinking about writing about how grateful I am, heading into this holiday season, that my family and I have been so incredibly blessed in so many ways. We have been, and I am. But my friend’s situation got me thinking about how the sting of suffering, whether it’s physical, relational, or psychological, can be even more acute in a season when we have a cultural expectation of joy and happiness. Read more...

A Less Than Norman Rockwell Family

I was discussing the holiday with a coworker the other day, and we began joking that perhaps what many of our tables need is an extra seat for a licensed family therapist to mediate. “Yes,” he laughed, “they could wear a referee shirt! With a whistle!” Read more...

Jealous Love

My oldest son, Bradley, broke his wrist last week playing soccer. For the past several days we’ve been helping him bathe, get dressed, and even style his hair – though we had to give that one up since apparently we don’t “do it right”. Since it’s his right wrist and he is right-handed, we’ve also Read more...

No Reason To Hide

Our dog, Beau, is a beautiful Newfoundland… He’s really one of the family, except he doesn’t get to enjoy all the privileges of the rest of the family… like laying on the bed, for instance. Occasionally, Beau will get on the bed, even though he knows he’s not allowed. What’s really hilarious though, is when Read more...
  • Matthew 5:12

    • Rejoice and be glad, for your reward is great in heaven, for so they persecuted the prophets who were before you. Read More
  • Never Give Up

    My boys and I were watching the game. It didn’t take long for our heads to be hanging low. Never before had we seen our beloved Seahawks play so poorly. Quarter by quarter, interception by interception, our doubt was growing. My son Hayden even said, “It’s going take a miracle.” I had gotten to the point where I Read More

Most Recent Comment

  1. Never Give Up

    CatherineB_2814 said "Very true. My husband texted me saying "I saw God's hands on that game". Go hawks." Join the Discussion!
Church Connection