A post on prayer. Through the worst of my struggle I have learned about the power to move the tallest mountains. The ones within myself.
The Story A lovely African woman is cooking outside her home. It's mid afternoon and she calls after some children running by. She begins to tell us a little about her family, her ethnicity, and a piece of her life struggle. That's when you notice her movements are a little odd. She seems normal in... Continue Reading →
This spoken word performance by Jackie Hill Perry is stunning! You should take the time today to listen to what she has to say about the identity of women. What is a Woman? It all comes back to God, and what He says we are. Praise Him!! Image from Genius with her music, which is... Continue Reading →
Shuffling papers quickly, I finish my passing time necessities just in time to catch a glimpse of her coming down the hall. She has her eyes rolling back and forth from wall to wall and along the floor in between, as she usually does. She moves at a long paced saunter down the hall, stopping... Continue Reading →
I'm fortunate to have experiences that lend themselves to understanding this time we live in and the social justice frameworks that are being laid out. I hope that this can be the beginning of an ongoing conversatioon about the importance of perspective in racial and cultural issues.
Our identity is derived from the identity of God. John Frame is a helpful resource for God's Lordship and our identity.
I had a strange conversation about abortion lately. Why do we need to have certain freedoms that make us less free?
Living convictedly is a challenge in all areas of life. Daniel 1 has some helpful insights into what we eat and drink.
A refreshing look at Martha in scripture.