Doubt + Trust = Faith

Forty-one years ago my father was given the opportunity to leave behind corporate America in order to start his own Air Conditioning Manufacturer’s Representation business. The incentives included returning to Connecticut from Dallas where we had been living for several years, the allure of being his own boss and, during a time when the economy…

Lent, A Time to Breathe

For the past few days, I have been keeping my eye on Facebook as a means of keeping tabs on friends and family in Connecticut who are dealing with this past weekend’s storm. On one hand, I am ecstatic that they got all the snow and we didn’t. On the other hand, I must admit…

Go Deeper!

Around the corner from my office at the Redeemer, Chestnut Hill was the Atrium Mall. A multilevel structure that housed many of the upscale stores for the neighborhoods just outside the Boston City limits. The Atrium Mall was tightly wedged in between two other shopping centers and therefore had all of its parking located below…

If you got it, flaunt it!

One of the questions a past spiritual advisor would ask me is, “where’s the love?” From his perspective, love was an essential part of life and ministry. If love was not present in one’s work, then it was time to get out. If love was not present in one’s life, it was time to earnestly…