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Thursday, October 25 2018

His event had been dominated for four decades by the Western Roll, a high-jumping technique that took athletes to new heights - Six foot, eight inches won the gold medal in the 1936 Olympics and Charles Dumas cleared the elusive 7-foot height twenty years later. But at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City, Dick Fosbury introduced his unconventional Fosbury Flop and won the gold medal clearing 7 foot, 4¼ inches. His technique has dominated the event from that day forward. Dick Fosbury ‘raised the bar’ for high-jumping and new world records, now over eight foot.

On the fathering front, the technique that dominated early on

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Thursday, October 18 2018

MVP Fathers is a high-energy event designed to recharge dads. Godly wisdom will be shared by four dynamic speakers – view a short promo video by clicking HERE. Von Won will emcee the evening and Vincente Ibarra will provide worship.

Join other dads for an evening with Melvin Adams, Harlem Globetrotter; Buddy Griffin, Author & speaker; Mike Rosas, Houston Rockets Chaplain; and myself. MVP stands for being on

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Thursday, October 11 2018

He lost his dad suddenly to a heart attack. The only thing that bothered him after the services was how his kids adored their grandfather. Particularly the oldest daughter. His intent was to set the record straight on the kind of man her grandpa was but before he could, his daughter spoke of a discussion she had with him at a critical juncture in her life. It was a discussion she was scared to address with her own dad. Grandpa listened and then reminded her how much her dad loved her. He said there was nothing she could do to change that and encouraged her to go talk with her dad. The conversation on

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Thursday, October 04 2018

The founding fathers wrote the document with quite a vision for the nation yet John Adams said, “Our constitution was written for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” Sure enough, things got pretty ugly for the nation in the mid-1800’s but at Gettysburg, Abraham Lincoln provided perspective in reminding people that “this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom, and that government of the people, by the people and for the people shall not perish from this earth.”

The devil likes to present a different perspective on

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