The Danger of Should: Why Positive Thinking May Not be the Answer

    A preliminary scrolling of Instagram started my day, between the morning meandering that makes up the daily routine of my life and sitting down for my first cup of coffee, I find myself under assault. The word, should, catches my attention. I haven’t opened my Bible yet, but fortunately I must have slept inContinue reading “The Danger of Should: Why Positive Thinking May Not be the Answer”

Grace Upon Grace (2019)

    “No one has the time to listen, let alone love. Is God now pro-exhaustion? Doesn’t He lead people beside the still waters anymore? -Richard A. Swenson   I am sharing a poem I wrote in 2015 during Lent as we conclude our first week of Journaling through the Book of John. I grabbedContinue reading “Grace Upon Grace (2019)”

Grace Upon Grace (#LentChallenge)

I have been on a Gospel Journey this Lent season. Forty days of reading through the four Gospels along with a bunch of fellow sojourners with Margaret Feinberg’s #LentChallenge and today I read the first two chapters of John. The Gospel of John happens to be my very favorite of the four. I was weeping atContinue reading “Grace Upon Grace (#LentChallenge)”