For years, I just couldn’t say it. I don’t know why, but I would say anything except those dreaded three words. Three simple words: “I don’t know.” Why are they so difficult to say? It’s because we have to admit a measure of ignorance. It’s humbling. But I want to encourage you to not fear … Continue reading Empowering Reasons to Say IDK
A RESPONSE to John Pavlovitz John Pavlovitz's original article was posted on his blog. It was very stirring & made me think. Thanks, John! Sometimes I wonder if I will have gay children. I wonder if any of them will end up divorced, wealthy, in a live-in relationship, abused, overseas, addicted, homeless, or if they will be married … Continue reading If I Have Gay Children
This is as transparent as I've ever been on my blog before... A little while back, my life-coach challenged me to journey back in time, visiting each season of life, trying to remember what I learned and what made me feel alive. This connect-the-dot, bread-crumb-trail-through-time exercise has created something wonderful for me. I hope you enjoy... Childhood // … Continue reading My Life . . . Connecting the Dots
Change is uncomfortable. Transitions aren’t usually enjoyable – but they are absolutely necessary … if we intend on growing. Passing the baton, moving from one stage to another, rising to another level, turning the page into a new chapter. These are all metaphors we use to describe transitions. Certain seasons are more wondrous than others… but … Continue reading Greater Things
Jesus was no more himself than when He hung on the cross as the Savior of the world. The seven last sayings of Christ would display seven 'stained-glass vignettes' of the God-man - on display forever in Christianity. Our view of Jesus would be incomplete had we not seen these very-different portraits of Messiah.