I’m turning 45 in a little over a week. I’ve decided to stop counting after that. But my body isn’t cooperating. I’m starting to get aches and pains where I forgot I even existed. I used up all my youth and beauty. Gone. So long. It’s all ibuprofen and tylenol from here on out. I… Continue reading the problem with pain
The more I’ve thought about it, the more I realize a correlation between pastors and doctors. It’s no mistake that Jesus said, I have come for the sick, not the healthy. I mean, Jesus didn’t say anything by mistake, but my point is that he knew and still knows the struggle is real. It’s real… Continue reading you don’t really want a pastor, do you?
It’s Good Friday. For some, it may seem an oxymoron. This day did not seem too “good” to those participating in the original day. To others, we skip past friday because we know Sunday’s comin’ and it falls flat for those in a very Friday kinda place. For those who are in the very midst… Continue reading when “good” means more
Have you ever tried to tell someone that they need to go on a diet? Or, on the other hand, has anyone ever tried to tell you? I’m overweight. I know it when I look in the mirror for too long. So I just stopped looking in the mirror and I go about my life… Continue reading when you know you’re right
Lately, I’ve been thinking about Mary, the chosen servant of the Most High God, who gave her the great and mysterious burden of carrying the Savior of the world in her womb and raising him. We tend to think of her now like the saint she is, noble, dutiful, full of truth and beauty and… Continue reading vindication