Faith lessons on the job

I have worked for the same company for nearly 30 years. I know – its rare these days to find anyone who has worked in one place for so long (except maybe for family owned businesses). I can honestly say I never expected to be here this long, but it’s been a good company. I… Continue reading Faith lessons on the job

What exactly is worship?

I bet you wouldn’t necessarily think that sports and worship go together (and I don’t mean Sunday afternoon football, although there’s always that this time of year). I am thinking more, have you ever considered that your morning workout, your team sport, your personal commitment to fitness has a place in the life of faith?… Continue reading What exactly is worship?

Lessons of a (late) newlywed, Part 4: Out of the Shadows

A good friend of mine recently sent me a copy of Sarah Bessey’s new book “A Rhythm of Prayer”, and have been reading it little by little. Today, I read the benediction even though I’m not even half way done. Why? because.. well because why read it in order? It got me thinking. There are… Continue reading Lessons of a (late) newlywed, Part 4: Out of the Shadows

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

Loving Millennials

I saw a post on an instagram story yesterday that made me shake my head with a resounding.. “yeaaaah, very true.” It was Morgan Freeman sitting in an armchair, with the following quote over his head: “Toxic mothers are just as bad as absent fathers, but ya’ll ain’t ready for that discussion yet”. It was… Continue reading Loving Millennials

Lessons from Job

In all the times I have read the book of Job, I never paid attention much to how quickly the end is wrapped up. Have you? I was thinking about this last weekend for some reason. After 41 chapters, there are just 16 verses that talk about how God blessed Job after his trials. Of… Continue reading Lessons from Job