LOVE doesn’t play second fiddle to truth. Not ever.
Finding God in the Ruins (How God Redeems Pain) Can we talk about a few things? Because I’m […]
It doesn’t matter how much you love someone. It matters how much they feel loved. I have a […]
God sneaks up on me. He always has. I might not be his favorite kid in the world, […]
I’ll never regret one day at Northview Church. How could I? But our final weekend with the good people of Northview will be the weekend of May 16/17th. Grace and peace!
“I hate the words ‘Girl stuck in a guy’s body.’ I hate that terminology, because I’m me. This […]
Last year a woman tried to give my sister her chiropractic appointment – said it would likely cure her cancer like it did for a friend of hers.
When God wears short sleeves and a pair of Toms, I can breathe better. When he’s in his […]
I only thought about Phillip being gay. And his gay friends. And his gay cat, his gay refrigerator, his gay love seat. I expected spandex. I expected piercings, midriffs, combat boots and daisy dukes. What’s worse, I was stuck wondering if this disease was his own fault.
God’s song echoed through our hearts with every note Jessica sang. It was heaven…on earth.
There are so many out there in Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Blogosphere land that haven’t been told something […]
Faith is timeless. It is not locked into this moment we call the present. It reaches out for us – backward or forward. It goes where it needs to go. It hears our old prayers and the ones we’ve not yet prayed, nodding its head “Yes” the very moment we are ready to receive it.
“Redemption will never burst through the door waving a flag of victory. Instead, we must look under every rug we have swept our pain and tragedy beneath. We must write our names in the dirt left behind on the floor of our lives. And when we find the courage to write them out…redemption will come to us, the quiet hush within our hearts.”
This is about my sister. This is FOR my sister. She has stage four metastatic breast cancer.
Side-Eye: One’s criticism, disapproval or scorn toward another person. A sidelong glance expressing contempt. Before we were born, […]