Thursday Thoughts | Remembering the Day I Quit Drinking

On August 11, 1995 I took what would be my last drink. On August 12, 1995, after years of struggling with alcohol and addiction, by the will and grace of God, I started on a new journey of sobriety. While it hasn’t been easy—there have been numerous highs and lows—-it has been a blessing that … Continue reading Thursday Thoughts | Remembering the Day I Quit Drinking

Tuesday Devotional | January 5, 2021

Last month, I wrote a post sharing that Merriam-Webster's word for last year was pandemic. A pandemic is defined as an outbreak of a disease that occurs over a wide geographic area (such as multiple countries or continents) and typically affects a sizable proportion of the population. COVID-19 certainly fits that description. It is a virus … Continue reading Tuesday Devotional | January 5, 2021

My Monday Morning Cup | The Continous Process of Recovery

Last week certainly had its challenges. I know I spent a lot of time praying as I worked through some things while trying to understand several others. Surviving in recovery demands its fair share of introspection. After all, recovery is a process, not an event. And for the recovering addict, soul-searching is a continuous process. … Continue reading My Monday Morning Cup | The Continous Process of Recovery