Who Is This Man? by Barry Adkins on January 16, 2012 Who is this man? I grew up in a small town in Montana, but also lived in Alaska for a few years. Never got to watch much sports on TV, so I listened to semi pro baseball, high school football and basketball on the radio. I could tel
Forgiveness and Humility by Barry Adkins on December 31, 2011 Forgiveness and humility go hand in hand Forgiving those who have wronged us is not easy to do, especially when those that have wronged us have not asked for forgiveness. But, forgive we must. I think if we stand back and t
For all of you that have a “bucket list”, add hiking up to Angel’s Landing, in Zion National Park, to your list! Bev and I really enjoyed it. The trail started out easy enough as we wandered along a fairly flat, very nicely maintained, trail with the sounds of the Virgin River serenad
This week I spoke at the Arizona SADD conference. The T-shirts they passed out said, “Define Your Dash.” Huh? I had no clue what this meant. After listening to a few speakers and asking questions, I now clearly understand what it means. When we die our headstone reads, “Here lies John
Barry has shared with tens of thousands of people the dangers of binge drinking, and his experience of losing his 18 year old son, Kevin, to alcohol poisoning. The day that was supposed to mark the beginning of Kevin’s adult life, turned out to be his last, and Barry’s message is both a powerful inspiration and a warning about the consequences of even one night of binge drinking.