I’ve been questioned about how I can be both a Christian and non-Conservative a lot lately, and its been on my heart to share more.
When you cross the monkey bars, you know there is a rung to grab. But what if you let go of one rung and reached without knowing where you’re going to land?
A devotional in the book of Ruth on Bayeux Tapestry and a poem read at my mother’s funeral proved to be an answered prayer.
I let God have it in the shower. It’s okay to question God – as long as you know He’ll answer.
I have a long history of being intrigued by stories. I love learning how people made it from point A to point B, hearing about all the little twists and turns along the way, the opportunities that fell through, the people they met, seemingly by chance, that changed their course of action. I love hearing…
Do you have something to stand on? I have been thinking about this since Whitney’s passing. She stood on John 13:7: Jesus replied, “You do not realize now what I am doing, but later you will understand. She carried that verse with her, both in her heart and on her license plate and class ring….