10 Days of 31 Days: Going Too Far We’ve been allowing the puppy the freedom to roam throughout the house of late. […]
Dr. Scott Silverii
Christ follower, husband, dad, author and retired chief of police discovering the amazing side of a servant's life.
And sometimes, if I’m lucky, I get to go a few hours without seeing the faces of the injured, the abused or the murdered. Though I don’t think I’d like them to completely go away as they remind me of why I’ve done what I’ve done on their behalf.
8 of 31 Days: It Was Me Have you ever felt your spouse’s tears roll across your shoulder? Over the last few […]
But, I was left with more questions than answers. While it may have help illuminate questions for many others, I found myself still in the dark.
I never knew the depths of true brotherhood until connecting on a spiritual level that had nothing to do with your rank or how many arrests you made.
She likes to pack, and since I’m more partial to throwing a business suit into a plastic bag, she’d rather organize the goods. The caveat is that I don’t get to complain if her selections aren’t my favorites. It’s a fair system.
I think most men struggle with it because we are under the impression that forgiving someone lets them off the hook for what they did to hurt us. We amp up in the fantasy of getting even or an upper hand through revenge.