I casually mentioned it while drinking my coffee that morning. I knew my girls would hear about the horrific events that unfolded the day prior and wanted them to be prepared. Without freaking them out. "So, there was a kid who took a gun into a school in Florida yesterday and … [Read more...] about One Hope.
It's funny, isn't it, how we can remember seemingly insignificant events from years prior and yet we cannot remember what we ate for breakfast this morning? That's how it is with a simple conversation I had with a friend before we adopted Zeke. I was driving around town running … [Read more...] about It’s Not Fair
The Protestant Reformation began 500 years ago when Martin Luther nailed his long list of grievances (protests) against the Roman Catholic Church to a chapel door in Wittenberg, Germany. He began the Reformation on the basis of "Sola Fide" (faith alone) and expanded to the 5 … [Read more...] about What is Enough?
I've been quiet lately. My thoughts are numerous but my ability to articulate them as I'd like has diminished with their weight. It has been that sort of season. One where the burdens of friends and family are often too much to bear and I'm thankful I do not have to bear them … [Read more...] about Offerings
Providence. It is God's divine intercession in our lives. Every second. Every day. And today it smacked me in the face as I was writing my way through my daily Bible reading plan that I haven't written my way through in over two weeks. But two weeks ago, I didn't really need the … [Read more...] about Providence