I remember years ago hearing sermons about storing up Heavenly treasure and finding it very motivational, particularly when my own earthly treasures were pretty slim. Today, as a psychotherapist, I […]
This is my final installment inspired by my 8 month old, Max (at least for now). I’ve always been a bit of a thinker and ponderer. I’m often inspired by […]
So, Tsh Oxenreider on her site The Art of Simple, put out an invitation to share where we feel most at home in honor of her upcoming book. I decided to take her up on the challenge. But as I thought about the question and mused on the idea of home I realized that maybe some of the places I feel most at home aren’t physical places at all.
It may be that He has the eternal appetite for infancy; for we have sinned and grown old, and our Father is younger than we.
Why does the Christian community again find itself at war with science, living by candle light so unnecessarily? Much like our demand that the earth was the center of the […]
I was on the subway in DC the other day and there was what appeared to be a homeless person standing across from me. The main reason I drew this […]
“There is a sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are the messengers of overwhelming […]