After an ADHD Diagnosis

After an ADHD Diagnosis

By Megan M. Seckman Henry was never a stereotypically easy child. According to his mother, Scheri Mullins, he was excessively energetic and prone to tantrums. Although highly curious and intelligent (he learned to read before kindergarten), he wasn’t particularly...
Give Yourself the Gift of Simplicity

Give Yourself the Gift of Simplicity

By Bob Mueller My wife Kathy and I love to travel. We have started a new tradition during the week of Labor Day visiting Kentucky and Indiana locations. This year we stayed at the Old Jailers Inn Bed & Breakfast in Bardstown, Kentucky. We did parts of the bourbon...
Seven Ways to Build True Grit

Seven Ways to Build True Grit

By Bob Mueller I have always liked the term true grit, which I first heard from the title of an old John Wayne movie. It’s apparent that true grit is a quality that people from all walks of life possess. It takes as much true grit to rise from homelessness to job...
Finding Joy

Finding Joy

“Drowned out by the noise of entitlement, joy hasn’t a chance.”By Bob Mueller I have often heard people make the following remarks: “Why do I seldom feel joyful?” “Something always nags at feeling joyful. I wonder ‘what next?’ or ‘maybe it won’t last.’” “I know about...
The True Purpose of Relationships

The True Purpose of Relationships

By Bob Mueller “When you learn to feel lovingly connected on the inside, you’ll find it much easier to forge a bond with others.” Something wonderful has happened to me. I think it’s a combination of my age, my ministry, my writing, and my work with hospice. Every day...