Category Archive for: ‘“Extraordinary” Stories’

  • POW for 43 Years?

    Back in June, I had the opportunity to be in Madison, Wisconsin, working with a group of leaders.  That day, I met a man named Terry.
    When he came into the room where the seminar was being held, he had on a POW/MIA hat.  I asked …

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  • It’s the Little Things!

    Every year, Sandy and I go with a group of close friends for a night on the town in an area of Atlanta called “Buckhead.”  If you’re not familiar with it, here’s a quick quote out of Wikipedia.
    “The Robb Report magazine has consistently ranked Buckhead …

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  • An “Angel” in Redmond?

    On August 1, 2009, Sandy and I were moving from Mountain View, CA. to Portland, OR.  We had packed the day before—both cars filled to the brim.  I honestly thought if we put a cotton ball in either one, the doors were going to blow …

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  • Pull Over!!!

    Several years ago, my oldest son Joe and I were driving on Interstate 85 in Atlanta.  It was just a little before dusk.  Atlanta’s notorious rush-hour traffic was over, but there were still plenty of cars on the road.
    All of a sudden, Joe started yelling,
    “Dad!  …

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  • Montaluce Winery

    A Romantic Afternoon…
    Last Saturday, Sandy and I had no plans for the afternoon, so we decided to visit a winery near Dahlonega, GA that she had heard great things about.
    The name of the winery is Montaluce.  There is a family who lives in Atlanta named …

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  • Letting His Light Shine!

    It’s so unusual to find someone who really loves their job these days.  As a matter of fact, it’s becoming more and more rare.  I just love when I find these folks.
    This week, I had the opportunity to speak in Springfield, MA.  It was a …

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  • The Great White Owl

    Back in 2007, I had the opportunity to do some work in Hawaii for a few days.  I decided to extend the trip by three days in order to bring my son Clint over to enjoy both the beauty and some good father/son time together.  …

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  • A Big Goal!

    I just love being around interesting people!
    One of my very dear friends is a gentleman named Andrew Sanderbeck.  He and his wife Michelle live in the mountains of Western North Carolina.  Andrew is a special guy!
    We met back in 2003.  We were both speaking at …

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