A Sense of Urgency

To my readers:

Sorry for my extended absence without explanation.

I never got around to giving the heads up, but in the last 2 months:

-I quit my job

-packed up my life and my family

-moved across the country (to a lifelong dream of living in CO)

-started a new job (Which I am very excited about)

-reset everything in our life back up again, including banks, mail, utilities, insurances, etc.

Some things I had to let slide over the past few months to take care of my family and myself, but I have resolved to return to consistent writing again. Thanks for sticking around!


With all the change in my life over the past few months I have had a lot of questions about why I do the things I do, and where those things will lead.  Amongst the chaos of the move, I have found myself tired, and trying to do the bare minimum to get by.  You could call is survival mode.  In the process I have discovered that coasting through life is no way to live. Am I focused on the end, or the process of getting there?

I have to seek Joy from the Lord and strive to make a difference in the lives around me every day! I must have a sense of urgency to pursue the God given opportunities I have been given every day and make the most of the lot I have been handed.


I recently read a great quote by Oswald Chambers –

“It is the process, not the end, which is glorifying to God.”

I hope each of you will make the best of today, and strive to make a difference with those you come in contact with and enjoy the process.

Create a great day!


How do you make the best of each day? (Leave a comment below)

  • Perrine Bradmagz

    why no more boa?

    i would like to talk about God Boa and the choice to pack up and move.

  • http://danblackonleadership.com/ Dan Black

    Looking forward to reading your writing after you get all settled.