What does it take to be like a kid? For most of us – a lot. Being kid-like is hard. Here’s why.
What should be the legacy of a life and suffering? It’s a question worth contemplating in times like these.
Do you judge your neighbor? I know I did. Right up until recently, when I learned I’d been wrong about a few things.
I call God “Father,” but He is neither masculine nor feminine. He is both and all. The more I understand this, the more I see how He met me in my past and beckoned me to Himself.
In March, I discovered something amazing in my fridge, that my dog really DOES love me, and a trick for helping kids handle IVs like superheroes. Read more here!
It’s great to be a member of a “house” or a team – to find commonality and fellowship, to contribute our talents toward a greater cause, to be part of a unified effort – but each of us individually is worthy of celebration and we don’t need to be afraid to step apart.
When I interact with someone in the service industry today, what will he or she see in me?
We had just spent a 1 1/2 days in the hospital, my daughter was still hurting, and I’d had a migraine for 48 hours. Where I was meant to be was in my daughter’s embrace.
Avocado toast and new ways to pray. Just sharing a few of the good, wholesome nuggets I picked up in the last few weeks.
Activism – loving our neighbors in word and deed – means leaving our comfort zones. So how are we doing in that regard?