Mound Visits, 1/13/17

The Bible has much to say about teamwork. A couple of my favorite verses on this subject: “Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves. Each of you should not only look to your own interests, but also to the interests of others.” Philippians 2:3,4 Also, […]

Mound Visits, 1/12/17

I need to work on my game! Not baseball. I’m a little “long in the tooth” to be doing mound work. After reading the following verse, I was convicted to work on my “life game.” Join me, please, so that our families, communities, teams and organizations will benefit from our example. “Set an example for […]

Mound Visits, 1/9/17

  We have access to power, strength and the ability to soar!As a father, I knew what my sons wanted, but I knew it was good for them to ask. God is the perfect Father and He is waiting for us to ask…then He wants us to do good things with the gifts He gives […]

Mound Visits, 1/6/17

You can’t always choose your circumstances, but you can choose your attitude. Perhaps the most important choice you make today is, “will I carry a positive attitude or a negative attitude with me for all to see.” Ephesians 4:22, “…put off your old self, …to be made new in the attitude of your minds.” I’ve […]

Mound Visits, 1/5/17

If our day is getting off to a rough start, it doesn’t have to end that way. Many times if I can focus on serving others and thank God for His faithfulness, my attitude and the way I feel changes. As believers, we should never allow ourselves to get caught up into negativity and allow […]

Mound Visits, 1/4/17

It’s uncomfortable for me to hear Christian’s argue with each other…. especially in the presence of non-believers. The Apostle Paul reminds us of this truth in Galatians 5:6, “The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love.” Non-believers will only know the Way if we show the Way through love.

Mound Visits, 1/3/17

God’s love for us is bigger than our doubts, fears, sins and our failures. I’m thankful that our salvation and His love for us isn’t based on performance. Jesus said, “I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish; no one can snatch them out of my hand. My Father, who has given them […]

Mound Visits, 1/2/17

The most contented person is not the one who has the most, but the one who needs the least. My keys for contentment: 1. Focus more on others and less on myself. 2. Be thankful. (Faith, family, food, friends, freedom, clean water, shelter, clothing and health…that’s just a start) 3. Let go of past disappointments […]