Some days, walking by faith isn’t so challenging. Other days, such as today, choosing to walk by faith is harder than trying to keep 20 preschoolers holding on to the rope on a field trip. That rope is there for a great purpose, beyond keeping teachers somewhat sane. It simplifies what could be utter chaos. […]
I’ve learned the letting process is the path God uses to shift my earlthy perspective, seeing through eyes of the soul rather than my broken ones.
An Olympic Event—Minus the Award Ceremony! The new school year is in full swing! Shortly before school started, I stopped by Target to grab a few things. As I turned into the parking lot, I realized almost every family with school-aged children in the city—one of the fastest growing in the nation—had decided to go […]
I had just hopped on the treadmill, my one-hour reprieve when Jon was little. Music flooded my ear buds as I picked up the pace. All was well. I glanced at the TV to see the morning news . . . typical drama. The screen was split. On one side was the news anchor, and […]
I don’t know the mind of God, but I do know God cares and is working to transform our often childish faith into one of mature substance.
Hope infuses us with joy; it helps us to overlook and to undertake what we otherwise would not have.
Her husband softly kissed her forehead, then let go of her hand as her hospital bed was moved into the operating room. For six hours, her family waited . . . and waited. Eventually, the surgeon emerged from the operating room and confirmed the surgery had gone very well. In the months that followed, the […]
Hope resides where Christ abides, I can dance in the rain, cast the pain, view loss as gain. My soul so free, the release, the peace.
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Ever wish you could turn back the pages of time and do things differently? I felt this way the other day as my son Austin and I worked on a project. An old song1Waylon Jennings, “Old Church Hymns and Nursery Rhymes,” MetroLyrics, CBS Interactive Inc., http://www.metrolyrics.com/old-church-hymns-and-nursery-rhymes-lyrics-waylon-jennings.html, accessed Aug. 8, 2018. my dad and I love […]
Hidden within every challenge is an incredible opportunity. Some struggles are enormous, but they are allowed for a purpose.
They say there are two things we can be certain about in this life: death and taxes. Well, I don’t know who “they” are, but “they” left out a bunch of stuff . . . by a long shot. Last month we spent a weekend away celebrating my son Jon’s 21st birthday. Jon has numerous […]
I first met Lawrence Daly back in 2010. Larry was working with a mutual friend of ours to investigate a sexual assault case. The victim was a child with disabilities. They were working out of an office next to mine, so I occasionally drifted over and asked questions. Okay, maybe it was more like a […]