Grief, that thing, it seems, hardly anyone wants to talk about, but everyone goes through at some point in their life. It seems strange to start an article by apologizing, in advance, for what you are about to read, but I do apologize if any of this offends you. Please
Adversity, forgiveness and something very good… On my birthday, this year, I got a phone call from Michelle Shelton, a neighbor, that brought back memories of something that happened 2612 days ago. Her son, Phillip, had been killed, in a one car accident, on Interstate 8.
Hey there! Just wanted to share an article in Arizona Foothills Magazine, I think it’s online only, but if you see it in the store, be sure to buy it! :o) http://www.arizonafoothillsmagazine.com/features/people/4069-a-fathers-journey.html Want to give a shout out and wis
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
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.