Goals: Write Them Down And Gain A Powerful Advantage. It Works!

“It’s the possibility of having a dream come true that makes life interesting.” –  Paulo Coelho Each year since the early 1980s I have set goals.  I always had goals, lists, “to-dos” in my head, but written goals came later.  When I first started, it was primarily in the context of my job/career. In fact, […]

A Visit to Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF)

Many of the things that form our lives rest in the background.  They crisscross our paths making significant deposits in quiet ways.   On a recent trip to the northwest, we took time to visit the headquarters of Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) in Nampa, ID.  We have been supporters of MAF for over 20 years, but my […]

Seeds of a First Flight

 “Jesus said, “The kingdom of God is like a man who scatters seeds on the ground. He sleeps at night and is awake during the day. The seeds sprout and grow, although the man doesn’t know how. The ground produces grain by itself. First the green blade appears, then the head, then the head full […]

What To Do When Disaster Strikes – Fly the Plane!

”May you live every day of your life. “  Jonathan Swift “Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.” Jesus, in Matthew 6:24 This BLOG posted the first time on the last day of 2016.  I am re-posting as prayers go forth for those in the […]

A Plan for Your STONEBRIDGE – Part III – The Drift

I have been discussing the book  Living Forward, A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and get the Life you Want.  The authors Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy begin the book by introducing the villain:  The Drift.  They give their own personal examples of how The Drift led them into this whole life planning thing.  I will leave […]

It Starts, It’s AWKWARD: First Flying Lesson

 “Anything worth doing well is worth doing badly in the beginning” – Marshall Thurber  “Even when it feels awkward…” – Nancy Cullen I do not like doing things badly.  I want to do things well.  The first time.  I see others doing a thing well, with grace and ease, so I jump in and, well, […]