Many years ago a pastor and friend (John Helveston) with whom I highly respect suggested that I write down and save my writings. Sadly, I didn't do it at that time so I'm working to remedy that. It's also a process of mine to understand my past and where I'm going. On top of that, I've found that many (especially men) have really struggled to understand where we fit in.
We ask the big questions in our minds (Who am I? Do I measure up? Why are things so hard in life? What does God really think of me? What am I supposed to do in life? Does my dad love me? Is my dad proud of me?)  but rarely find the answers. This is the journey of finding those answers that I'm logging over time. Each blog message may ramble a bit. But it's like life; a bit messy and muddled: a journey and not a destination.
I also want my children to see that I most definitely love them. I am very proud of them. I have their backs and will unconditionally support them.
I pray that you find hope here.
With Coach Hall, and Kevin Ransom (I'm on the right).

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