By Del Duduit Most of my interviews with professional baseball players are quick hits. I grab them for a few moments before a game and talk about their faith or what or who has inspired them to be a better person. I honor their time because I am at their place of business. A Major… Continue reading Who are you, really?
By Del Duduit When I was younger, I loved to watch college basketball almost as much as the National Basketball Association. Back then in the NBA, players let their talents do the talking. I was an admirer of Larry Bird and the Boston Celtics. The Legend was my first big interview when I was a… Continue reading Don’t Throw That Chair
By Del Duduit I knew the big announcement was coming. Two weeks ago, I received some pending grim news about an event I was hoping to attend. But this weekend, it was official. The mission trip I was planning to attend in Tokyo at the Summer Olympics will not happen. I was not surprised; however,… Continue reading Not This Year
By Del Duduit If you are asked to pick your favorite movies, chances are you can whip off the titles quickly. I have discovered that for the most part, people, including myself, enjoy talking about entertainment. My top five movies change often. Here they are as of March 16, 2021. Jaws The Silence of the… Continue reading Commit it to memory
By Del Duduit After a lengthy internal battle about whether to address this issue in my blog, I decided “Why not?” My posts, for the most part, are meant to be encouraging and inspirational. Once in a while, I toss in my political opinion -- which is just that -- my opinion. But I would… Continue reading It’s Coming
Cover photo credit Roy Luck By Del Duduit Choices. We make them every day – hundreds of them. Most decisions we don’t think much about – like that third cup of coffee in the morning. It’s a necessity. A couple of years ago, I made the choice to begin a writing journey that I… Continue reading Not up for Debate
By Del Duduit February is always bittersweet. Six years ago this month, our family suffered a gigantic loss when my sister-in-law died of cancer at the young age of 46. I am aware that many families deal with tragedy, but to us, this experience was monumental and changed our lives forever. Her story of faith… Continue reading A Bittersweet Month
By Del Duduit Have you ever had a time when something important to you was planned but did not happen? Maybe you had an idea for a perfect evening with a special friend and it went south. Or perhaps you studied for a test only to find out you were not as prepared as you… Continue reading Adjust your expectations
By Del Duduit The two most dreaded words for a person who writes – writer's block. It happens to all of us, at least I think it does. I know it happens to me a lot. But I try to plow through and not let It get the best of me. My author friends and… Continue reading Write Through the Block
By Del Duduit Later this month, my wife, Angie, and I will pop down to Charlotte, NC to attend a portion of the Christian Product Expo. The CPE is a large Christian book trade show that also provides workshops and training for those who want to learn more about the Christian publishing industry. There is… Continue reading What’s In A Name?