By Bob Brubaker  |  

The Conundrum Of Clutter

May 3, 2021

It’s a rarity to find a person who does not have any clutter, the truth of the matter is we are a society that is given to much clutter. Consider how few garages are actually used to park cars or the number of storage units rented because people don’t want to deal with the clutter […]

Heart To Heart

April 26, 2021

What if God took you aside to have a little heart to heart chat and in that time together, He requested you in a fully honest and open way, let Him know what was your heart’s desire above all things, what would you say? First of all know that you don’t have to dream of […]

From Prehab to Rehab

April 19, 2021

As I was reflecting upon my experience of two total knee replacements a couple of years ago and any advice I’d give to someone who is contemplating the surgery, I would summarize my approach as going from prehab to rehab. As I approached this surgery, I wanted to prepare as best I could so I […]

Sellout or Minimalist?

April 12, 2021

There’s a phenomenon that is overtaking endurance training known as “minimalist training.”  The advocates of minimalist training are quick to point out the typical endurance athlete over trains by thinking, “if some is good a lot is better.”  As a result, many, if not most, endurance athletes go to competitions in a state of being […]

Great Expectation

April 5, 2021

God has given us every reason to expect great things from Him. Jeremiah 33:1–3 (KJV 1900) — 1 Moreover the word of the Lord came unto Jeremiah the second time, while he was yet shut up in the court of the prison, saying, 2 Thus saith the Lord the maker thereof, the Lord that formed […]

Attacking the Anxiety Pandemic

March 29, 2021

In the midst of the Covid pandemic lies another killer which has topped all other mental health issues in the United States, some even say this has surpassed all other causes of death, and the culprit is anxiety. Did you know that more than forty million American adults, nearly one in five are afflicted with […]

Buttermilk in the Fridge

March 22, 2021

It’s quite common to show up for a group ride or workout and see someone who has not been present for a while and when you inquire about their absence they reply, “life gets in the way.”  Interpreted: “When it comes to the priorities of life, my wife, my children, or my job have a […]

What are you thinking?

March 15, 2021

One of the marks of the Bible being the inspired word of God is the fact that if man could have written the Bible, he wouldn’t have written it. Of course, if man would have written the Bible, there are enough facts, prophesies, etc. that there is no way man could have written the Bible. […]

Running On Empty

March 8, 2021

Most men will admit to it, some women will, but most all of us have in some way been running on empty.  You know the scene. You are driving and your gas gauge says empty and you look and figure it has a little space to go before it’s really empty so you keep going, […]

Overcoming Weariness

March 1, 2021

It’s a phenomenon how Christians take on responsibility and seem to find joy in serving the Lord, no matter how menial the task, then out of the blue they find what they are doing a weariness. It happens in all levels of Christian service, from those who help clean up to those who lead. It’s […]