A Moment with Matt

Enjoy an inspirational blog with lighthearted stories and insight into Matt Hagee's daily life.

Do You Really Have To?

Thursday, September 3, 2015

There is no lack of content available about time management. The long list of how to, what to, and when to, come in every form from books to downloads and apps. It goes without saying that our society is getting busier by the day.

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Don’t Forget to Take a Stand

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Our lives seem to be in continuous motion. It really doesn’t matter how routine or random, we live in a state of endless activity. It is certainly a challenge to balance the requirements of work, family, social life, and church.

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They Finally Held Hands

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Yesterday was a big day. It may have seemed like nothing much to the rest of the world, but it was huge for Kendal and me. Our oldest two children, Hannah and J.W, are the classic definition of sibling rivalry. All you have to do to motivate one is make it a competition with the other.

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They Need To Know How It Feels!

Thursday, July 16, 2015

One of the greatest joys in my life is the opportunities that I have to share experiences with my children that I didn't have in my childhood. It's the generational desire to "give them what we didn't have." It is a wonderful thing to be able to enjoy God's blessings, especially with your family. After all, that's what the hard work is for.

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It’s OK To Ask For Help…

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Have you ever needed help, but did not want to ask for it? We’ve all been there. My two year old lives there, “No I do it!” is her new favorite phrase. I think I know where she gets it from.

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It's Not All About You...

Thursday, July 2, 2015

I call my kids "The Awesome Foursome" because they inspire me in so many ways. I have the privilege of being their dad and can watch them interact on a daily basis. In doing so, I learn so much about myself. I can identify certain behaviors that I see in them and think to myself, "I know exactly where that came from!"

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