Mile 127: What draws us so far into evil? Is it God’s fault? (my musings after the shooting in Pittsburgh)

We are dealing with another mass shooting in America. While political pundits are sending thoughts and condolences and asking for some sort of gun policy, I'm asking a deeper question - Why is there evil in the world? Why, if God is all powerful, does evil persist? In this post I'm inviting you into a … Continue reading Mile 127: What draws us so far into evil? Is it God’s fault? (my musings after the shooting in Pittsburgh)

Mile 120: The True Cost Of Gun Violence and my journey searching for a mental health solution.

We never fixed the aluminum door frame. Every time we opened the door to that gas station we saw the bullet hole in its frame. I guess that's the only one that missed my uncle. My father had bought the gas station from his brother's grieving wife when I was a young boy growing up … Continue reading Mile 120: The True Cost Of Gun Violence and my journey searching for a mental health solution.

Mile 119: One simple reframe to our understanding that can help athletes through the identity crisis of leaving sports

If you want to feel what it's like to experience great leaps of joy in your heart, anticipation that brings full life to your mind and comfort through the struggles you face but then have it ripped out of your life completely, join sports. This is the inescapable end to sports, or so athletes say. … Continue reading Mile 119: One simple reframe to our understanding that can help athletes through the identity crisis of leaving sports