A Needed Break

I have been considering this for a few weeks now as the posts have become more sporadic and sitting down to write is now a "have to." With the state of things as they are, things going on at home, and just needing to take a screen break in general, I have decided that the... Continue Reading →

Love is Not Self-Seeking

Ultimately, Jesus said, His believers are known by their love. He said the greatest thing we can do is love God and love our neighbor. To love is to lay down our preferences, what we think we are owed, our comfort, and yes, our “rights.”

Love Honors Others

Love is shown in the little actions of our days. It is the ways we treat people either with respect or like they are beneath us. Do we honor those we disagree with or leave people behide in our quest to be right?

Love Makes No Parade

There is this toxic idea out there that love is all about me. If one day a person stops fulfilling my needs, I can leave because I am unsatisfied. But love with you in the center is not love, it is narcissism and arrogance.

These Nameless Things

What do we do with the things we cannot forget? How are we to move beyond what to us feels unforgivable? What happens when someone appears one day that threatens to undo our fragile peace? So are the questions at the heart of These Nameless Things.

To Go First

There are only 19 days until the election. The reality is, regardless of who wins, there is going to be a group of people who are jubilant and a group of people who are terrified. The question is, will we reach out or will we hunker down?

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