Me & Peter have more in common than I’d like to admit

What comes to mind for you when you think of Peter in the Bible? His denial of Jesus after he swore he would never leave, even after Jesus predicted it? Jesus forgiving and calling Peter to take care of and feed his sheep, after his resurrection? His first “sermon” proclaiming God’s fulfillment to his people,… Continue reading Me & Peter have more in common than I’d like to admit

Easter thoughts

I really cannot imagine how the next generation will hear about 2020, or what they will think about the pandemic, or if they will really laugh that it was toilet paper that was a “hot” commodity for the first 6 months. I know we’re not fully back to our “normal” but we’re getting there in… Continue reading Easter thoughts

Lamenting at Christmas?

I have found myself a bit more somber as of lately, and its been hard to know what to chalk it up to. Sure, 2020 has been interesting, to say the least. I think its more like a culmination of things, between the hard things I have watched our nation go through, the new (but… Continue reading Lamenting at Christmas?

Thanksgiving 2020

Hello all! I know its been a while since I’ve published anything. You’d think with all this time from being at home and not going to school this semester would give me a ton of time to write and think (and while it has in some ways) – I am just not really liking writing… Continue reading Thanksgiving 2020

The Persistent Widow

I have sat on this a while, not quite knowing how to write what I want to say, but I’m going to take a stab at it and hope it comes out ok. We are living in historical times, not only because of the pandemic, but because an even deeper seated issue that has its… Continue reading The Persistent Widow