Resolutions aren’t really my thing. And I’ve noticed a trend in the last four or five years where many people I know move away from “resolutions” and… Read more “Why Fear Is My Word for 2017”
There was a time in my life when I thought I wasn’t a bitter person. When I deluded myself into believing I wasn’t angry. Wasn’t hurt. Wasn’t… Read more “Cutting Away the Root of Bitterness”
Now Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus. So, when he heard that Lazarus was ill, he stayed two days longer in the place where he… Read more “When Jesus Waits Two Days”
My grandpa died on Saturday. He was 86. It’s strange to type those words. The grief I feel seems detached in a way. More because I’m not in Illinois grieving with my family and less because of anything else.
Yet, he’s gone from this spinning sphere of dirt and water, oxygen and sun. I won’t ever hear his voice again.
“You are never ready to be out on your own.” “The road before you is a vast expanse of undiscovered opportunity, and it can will be… Read more “The Transition Experience (Or What Happens When You Quit Your Job)”