When we bring our best to God while leaving our worst hidden away, we deny ourselves the gift of being fully known and fully loved.
Sometimes life throws us a curve ball, causing us to stop and face the facts: we are getting older and time is growing short.
Contentment means being at peace with where you are, who you are, and what you have. It is learning how to become your truest self.
It’s difficult to grasp how we can rejoice at the home going of a loved one while grieving at the same time. This new post explores the reason for our hope and its impact on the weightiness of loss.
We are on a “shake down cruise” this week, which is a nautical term describing that first outing when all of a ship’s functions are tested. We are at a[…]
Are you feeling the rapid passing of time? I sure am. It’s July already? It’s been almost a year and a half since we first heard of Covid? It’s been 21[…]
I’m in my third trimester, on the fast track to eternal life, and for the remainder of my time here, I want to hear from, commune with, rest in, and follow Jesus like never before.
I’ve been pondering what authenticity looks like in the life of a Christ-follower. It is so easy to try to look good to others, and then justify it, telling ourselves we[…]
My finger poised over the send button, I paused, took a deep breath, and waited. Though Flyboy was urging me to press it, I wasn’t sure I could do it.[…]
As we close out the first week of Lent, I’m compelled to talk about it here. I do not come from a tradition that follows the church calendar, but I[…]