I have a friend whose son has recently begun working in the movie industry. I asked him if his son has had his name listed in the credits of a movie yet. My friend said, “Not yet. You only get your name in the credits if you’re one of the big dogs.”  It got me […]

Here are 21 lessons you can teach your kids so you don’t put a knee on George Floyd’s legacy…

Dear Fellow American,  I see where you’re coming from.  I know you have strong and valid thoughts on this pandemic, what should happen next and when America should reopen. We all have our opinions.  But rather than just share my own as if it’s the only opinion that matters, I want to take a moment […]

When I worked for Disney Cruise Line, we were paid every week since dozens of crew members would rotate off and dozens more would rotate on every Sunday.    For my particular role as the ship DJ, I worked 7 days a week for 5 months straight. In fact, nobody on board the ship had […]

With our first-ever Easter experience in quarantine, we’re excited to introduce our first-ever Piñon Hills Community Church digital Easter Egg Hunt! Trophies and gift cards are up for grabs, including a $100 Amazon gift card for the winner who finds all the digital Easter eggs first. To get started, click here. The hunt ends at […]

OVERVIEW PHCC is offering a live-streamed service for a Passover Meal on Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 6:00pm MST. Passover is an annual holiday remembering how God delivered His people from captivity under Pharaoh’s control 1400 years before Jesus was born. Each year following the mass exodus of Israelites fleeing Egypt, the Jews celebrated Passover […]

Palm Sunday is an annual reminder of the moment when Jesus triumphantly entered Jerusalem as the king just days before His crucifixion. This was a moment prophesied about five centuries earlier by Zechariah when he foretold the arrival of a new king riding on the back of a donkey. Before entering Jerusalem, Jesus stopped at […]

James, the brother of Jesus, said: “Come near to God and He will come near to you.” (James 4:8a) This challenge is not only clear and direct, but it is also a promise. When we come near God, He will come near us. During a time of chaos and uncertainty, draw near to the God […]

People are reacting to COVID-19 in many different ways. Some people are getting creative with their workouts. Others are getting creative with their social gatherings. Others are adopting “pets” and making new games. I read about a guy who hijacked a semi-truck of toilet paper last week. Who does that? By the time the police […]

Michael Cohen was sentenced to 3 years in prison this week after multiple counts of criminal activity.  Some of the counts against him were due to tax evasion, but what threw him into the public spotlight was the fact that he had lied to Congress about covering up illegal payments made to cover up Donald […]

While watching George H. W. Bush’s funeral this week, I was reminded of the importance of leaving a legacy. During the eulogy, a portion of the 41st President’s inaugural address was quoted by his son: “We cannot hope only to leave our children a bigger car, a bigger bank account, we must hope to give […]

If you’re like most parents, asking your teenager questions about their life may feel like dead-end conversations more often than not. Because parents don’t want to annoy their teenager, many take a “hands off” approach to parenting in an effort to avoid becoming a nuisance. However, most teenagers secretly want some very specific things from […]

You may not know me, but I think I know you. I’ve spoken to enough moms to think that maybe just maybe one of the following statements might actually describe you: You’re a young mama with a kid or a few and you’re trying to learn how to do this whole “mom” thing while fronting […]







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