Beautiful and Disturbing

When having tea with a new friend in Palm Beach, Florida, I was reminded of a certain verse of Scripture. I’ve meditated on James 1: 1-4 for three days now. Let me start at the beginning. I work for an amazing ministry that sends me out to meet with the people who invest in our... Continue Reading →

Empty Plates

Going back to work with an international Bible ministry, I’ve been reminded of the year and a half we lived in Equatorial Guinea working with a Bible translation project in process there. I experienced a myriad of emotions as I recalled our ten-year-old son surviving an acute asthma attack while staying in a village that... Continue Reading →

No One Knows The Day

My response to No One Knows the Time of Christ's Return  Photo by Andrey Grushnikov on Pexels.comAWhen people say that no one knows the day or hour of Christ's return, tell them to watch this: No One Knows Video

Crushed Olives

I had the chance to sit on a patch of ground on the Mount of Olives in a garden facing Jerusalem. The story of Gethsemane - Christ taking Peter, James, and John to pray the night before his mockery of a trial ensued - came to life in a tangible way. I’m not sure that... Continue Reading →

A Lack of Wings

    Someone once told me that after their grandmother died, she became a beautiful angel in heaven. This gal had been raised in the church. She’d even attended a private, Christian college.  Her background allowed me the space to address that little hiccup head on. “You’re a sweet gal,” I said. “But your theology... Continue Reading →

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