May 25, 2016

Priorites Matter

Christian familyMy priorities are set in stone: God, then Family, and then everything else. It was a hard decision to make, but after I made it my life just got easier to live. Not a life without conflict or pain, but easier none-the-less.

Usually it is not too hard to put God first. The tough stuff is trying to balance my wife and kids with all the other stuff life has to offer: job, TV, hunting, fishing, watching football, playing cards, going to college.

To help put all this in a perspective that we can grasp, I wrote a book I called, Warriors – Every Man Matters; because sometimes in the busy world that we live in a man can get lost. I am here to remind you that YOU matter. God says so, and I believe it to be true.

Warriors is a book of 25 short stories, (because we do not have a lot of extra time) that are entertaining, fun, exciting, and real. The stories help us see that setting our priorities with God first and family second is always the best solution for everyone. Read the book and you will understand.

Michael

Recent Warrior Messages

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Headed North or South?

The three birds flew through the cloudy skies of northern California due north on that brisk January morning.  The three friends; a Crow, a Pigeon and a Blue Jay, would have made a … [Read More...]

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Christmas Explained to a Five Year Old

“Papa, can you tell me about Christmas?” asked the five-year-old granddaughter of the man whose knee she was perched upon at that moment. “Sure honey, what do you want to know?” … [Read More...]

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Songs in the Cold

On Christmas Eve of 1914 in a field in Western Europe, German and British soldiers sang Christmas songs, exchanged gifts of pudding, games, and simply enjoyed each other’s company … [Read More...]

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Love Is:

Mary shuffled with a limp while carrying the dirty dishes from the dining table to the kitchen.  She tried to hide the fact that something was wrong from Jim, her husband of 42 … [Read More...]

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Listening to Instructions

Nate was a bully, and a braggart; he pushed his way into every conversation or meeting in the village and then always set out to prove his opinion was the only right one – which it … [Read More...]