Would you ever choose a human pat down over an automated scan?
I did just that on my way home from Calgary…and the male screener wasn’t very impressed.
After a somewhat stressful travel experience trying to make my way back to Calgary from New Jersey (in which the airlines lost my luggage), it was nice to have a more light-hearted moment on my way home to Vancouver.
Hey teachers: have you ever taught one of your own children? Or have you ever wondered what it would be like to teach your own child?
In my new Clay’s Corner, I explore this topic with the help of two very special guests: my daughter Kayla and my Goddaughter Aria.
It’s the app that’s sweeping the globe: Pokemon GO. I don’t get it, I don’t want to get it, I don’t care for it, and I’m not interested in trying it.
In my new Clay’s Corner, I look at why for me it’s Pokemon NO.
My new Clay’s Corner is a must-watch for married couples (especially husbands) and anyone planning or hoping to get married.
I’m joined by my good friend Josh Canning (Alpha Canada, creator of Canadian Catholic) to talk about our amazing wives – Lisa and Gail.
In particular, we talk about how our wives bring out the best in us, and how they help us and challenge us when we struggle. We also discuss how our wives help us in our journey to become men of God.
We’ve all heard the saying “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” Well, if that’s the case, then our three kids flatter me to no end.
In my new Clay’s Corner, I look at the ways that Sean, Jacob, and Kayla are similar to me – good, bad, and ugly. I also suggest another loving Father that we can all look to as someone to imitate.