Look At Me!

Our phones have become an extension of our arms. We are no longer engaging in conversation but we have become fully engaged in the lives of others that are not even in the room. God created us to be relational. We need one another. We weren’t created to be an island unto ourselves; totally engaged in social media, games and apps that take us away from being “fully present” with those with whom we say we love and appreciate. We are becoming recluses in public places.

Could it be that we are moving further and further away from the need for being around people and more engaged and dependent upon our devices; to the point where we live vicariously through the lives of those on the other side of the screen; and when we finally come together its for the sole purpose of procreation? Now before our children reach the age of two, we have placed devices in their hands to keep them busy. Blocks and rattles no longer interest them and the cycle continues.

And when they get a little older, this next generation will never know the beauty of being in the moment; actually chatting, laughing and crying with someone that’s sitting right in front of them. They will never be able to read facial expressions because so much of what they’ve seen, would have come through the eyes of a filter; created moments that don’t fully express a true emotion based upon what’s actually going on at the time. We have a responsibility to be present while looking into the eyes of those with whom we love and appreciate. We may be setting up a generation that will never understand the term “look at me”.



Its easy to lift the weight of life when you have help. Ask for help. God is always there to lift it for you and with you.

Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy laden, and I will l give you rest. Matthew 11:28

Monday Is Still Coming

A compilation of 30 conversational style messages each with creative titles that will draw you in to each reflection. Titles like, “What in Hell Are You Talking About, “Timing Is Everything”, and “Cut Off The Dead Stuff”. This book will provide the reader with practical application, insight and encouragement through the scriptures as well as facilitates an inner dialogue about our responses to everyday life’s circumstances. You will be able to equip, empower and encourage yourself as you enjoy compelling reflections with complementary daily prayers to get you beyond Sunday Morning.

How Can I Pray For You Today?

Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective. James 5:16

Never underestimate the power of prayer. You may have a lot on your plate. Often times we aren’t certain what to do first. We can become overwhelmed and discouraged, however, when we know someone is praying for us, it encourages us to go on . Be encouraged today. You can do it! How can I pray for you today?