January 8, 2020

I stood in the group of fourth to sixth graders, awkward in my pre-adolescence.  It was Wednesday night and I was a part of an organized scout-type, faith-based children’s program at my church.  We learned Bible verses, life skills, and participated in community and ch...

April 24, 2019

Why did we take this journey to the cross? 

For me it was for the honesty that the cross demands.  Have you noticed how no one lied from the cross?  Whatever was in the deepest part of their souls came out, curse or cry.

On this journey to the cross, I’ve been to th...

May 8, 2018

Plants need roots.  Shallow tendrils won’t hold.  Plants need aggressive, tunneling fingers that go deep and wide to support and supply nourishment.  We should learn our lessons from weeds with vast networking roots and deep-boring cores that make them hard to get rid...

January 29, 2015


Change seems to undercut every well-placed, intentional, and sometimes automatic part of the routine that encourages growth.  At least that’s what I’ve been finding out.  Change uncovers dependencies I didn’t know I had. Since I know that honesty is a prereq...

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