A Slice Of Life To Go is an online Christian blog written by Todd Thompson. It encourages people to see the beauty in ordinary moments and to know God’s unconditional, unfailing love in everyday life.


What’s In A Name?

Thursday, December 6th, 2007

My neighbor got a dog a couple weeks ago. A little lap dog that the veterinarian thinks is about 2 years old. It’s a Papillon (PA-pee-yon). I’d never seen one in person before. As you likely know, Papillon is French for “butterfly”. The breed is so named because their ears look like butterfly wings. I […]

What Are You Worth?

Thursday, December 28th, 2006

Ever watch the “Antiques Roadshow”? It’s a TV program that goes from city to city with a group of expert appraisers who evaluate the treasures people bring in. The show is eclectic in that you learn about the history of diverse items. Everything from vases and furniture to jewlery and sports memorabilia. For those individuals selected to be […]


Wednesday, September 6th, 2006

She’s a beautiful 8 year-old girl with spark and energy. Look at her face and into her bright eyes for only a second and you can feel her keen sense of awareness. Megan is very smart, very strong and, like all kids her age, can be very stubborn. Of all the delightful kids who come […]

Why God Loves You…And Why It’s Not About What You Do (Audio Message)

Sunday, October 23rd, 2005

[audio:http://www.asliceoflifetogo.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/09/01-WhyGodLovesYou.mp3] We live in a performance based society. GPA. ERA. SAT scores. Sales figures. MPG. Batting averages. Won/Loss columns. S&P 500. P&L statements. We measure everything. It’s easy to carry that performance mentality into our relationship with God. But what if our best efforts could never be enough? The essential, invaluable lesson of “imputed worth”. (Presented to […]

Grains Of Sand

Sunday, May 15th, 2005

Have you ever been to a carnival and seen a “guess how many are in the jar and win a prize” contest? The jar could have anything in it. Maybe pennies, or marbles, or if you’re at a county fair in the Midwest it might be a jar of shelled corn or soybeans. Everyone writes […]