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[…]
Having grown up in the “knowledge of the truth over those pesky and unreliable feelings” generation, I have struggled my whole life to really know and experience the love of[…]
My readings take me to Genesis 32 today where Jacob wrestles with God through the night. I am puzzled by these words: 25 When the man saw that he could not[…]
Note: This post is for those of you who are in my situation in life: we are in our final trimester before being born into eternal life. We’ve raised our[…]