Photo credit, Pexels: Adonyi Gábor “Life in a prison cell may well be compared to Advent; one waits, hopes, and does this, that, or the other- things that are of no real consequence- the door is shut, and can be opened only from the outside.” Dietrech Bonhoeffer A few days ago, Larry came in from […]


“Sometimes it’s worth lingering on the journey for a while before getting to the destination.” Richelle Mead Opening my suitcase on the tranquil tile floor of the bathroom, the dust of my recent journey floats in the frigid morning air.  I breathe in every gritty detail, rifling through the stories that are bound to be […]

The scriptures fascinate me in a way that is difficult to describe, but I’ll give it a try. I think it has to do with the rich symbolic language, the layer upon layer of meaning, and most importantly the way they challenge my way of thinking. The scriptures break down the fortress I’ve built around […]


I hate being alone. I love being alone. No, truthfully I hate it. So how did I end up alone at the lake house for three arduous days? I could blame God but this was all my doing. There is a significance to the number three in the bible, it means completeness. I’m trying to […]


Vincent Harding died on my birthday in May of 2014, he was 82 years old, and a true light in a dark world. His work is so relevant I am inspired to share. He believes we are still a developing nation when it comes to comes to creating a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-religious democratic society. In […]