The Clown and the Cowboy

(This is an excerpt from a book I wrote for Tyndale House Publishers . It was a devotional for 8-12 year old boys. Find out more here: TYNDALE) A clown and a cowboy went rock climbing. They climbed a massive mountain in the middle of the wilderness with no one else around. They were both… Continue Reading


I don’t know about you, but I am not the person I want to be…yet. I have traveled the world and gotten several degrees. I have written books and been on TV. I have planted a church and started a family and yet I am still not perfect. I’m not the person I hope my… Continue Reading


Block Head Once upon a time, there was a boy I knew His head was the shape of a block No, really… ….honestly ……………seriously ………………………it’s true His noggin’ wobbled when joggin’ His head outweighed his bed His melon was too big for sellin’ His cranium filled a stadium His nob fell on Bob His skull… Continue Reading


AUTHOR NOTE: This is a kids piece I wrote a few years back. I would love to write an entire book series with these types of pieces and artwork. WHITE LIE By Dr. Jayce O’Neal   I told a little white Lie It was tiny you know, real small I didn’t think that my lie… Continue Reading


When I was seven years old I jumped off a high dive. It seemed to shock everyone in the pool that day, especially my mother. I don’t know if you were like me or not, but when I was younger I seemed willing to take more risks. I road my bike off ramps. I didn’t… Continue Reading

Why Guys Don’t Pursue

NOTE: This article was written from a single persons perspective to single people. I invite ladies to be a fly on the wall and listen to the words of their confusing masculine counterparts. You are in a sparsely furnished living room with even less décor on the walls; pizza boxes and pop cans are unevenly… Continue Reading

Losing Gracefully

By Dr. Jayce O’Neal As we look at the world around us and the people in it, it is often difficult not to compare ourselves to others. She is a great singer. I could never do that. He is so much better than me at this and that. These are the internal monologues we tell… Continue Reading


How would you feel if I called you a liar? How about if I referred to you as the cheater? If I called you a compromiser, would you feel as strongly? What if the person you loved had an affair? What if the person you loved had an emotional affair, meaning that they depended on… Continue Reading