Let change start with me. Let it begin in my heart.
Do not delay what you need to do today.
Pain. we all know that word. We all experience it at some point in our life. Pain can be physical or psychological. However we encounter it, there is always an indelible mark that is left. The greatest problem with pain is that when we are in the midst of it, we can get a skewed [...]
Covid-19. It’s a bit like a curse word to me. I have had enough social distancing to last me a lifetime. I think… I could list a million negative impacts from this pandemic but to skip over the positive would not do justice to how God has been moving among us. It is always easy [...]
Justice is a heavy topic and has many implications for our world today. I wish to keep things simple, because I am simple! Justice, in our minds, implies fairness, or getting what one deserves. It is the act of making something fair or right. We see this in our judicial system when a criminal is [...]
This is hard for me to admit, but I have had some limitations in my life when it comes to God. You know what I mean, right? Those things we automatically decide we will never do, and God would never ask because He knows we don’t want to do them. Am I the only one? [...]
Is there anyone else who absolutely hates that saying? I hate it. Hands down one of the worst saying ever. Kids will be kids? What does that mean, exactly? It seems like an excuse for bad behavior. Our kids are disobeying in front of others and we say, “Well, kids will be kids.” With a [...]
Do you like scary stories? I guess I have one for you. The other night, I was home alone. Something extremely rare. In fact, I cannot remember the last time it happened. To be honest, I really, really, enjoyed it. I did not have to check school work, break up arguments, or find acceptable food [...]
I am once again reminded how untrustworthy and fleeting our feelings can be. As I sat writing an email to a new friend, I quickly found that I was caught up in past feelings as I explained my backstory. Feelings should really be a four-letter word. They are not to be trusted. It's true, God [...]
Let our faith be genuine and true, not empty and plastic.