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Living My Faith

YOU are the moon

“You are the light of the world.” If Jesus didn’t say it, we might think it was false teaching. But he did say it…

Friends & Family

You get the gold

In 2018, for the first time in 20 years, the U.S. women’s hockey team earned a gold medal. Now, I’m a sap for just…

Living My Faith

Let there be lights

A few years back, our family took a tour through Mammoth Cave in Kentucky. At one point in a deep, open part of the…

Living My Faith

If you build it, they will come

“If you build it, they will come.” That was the classic line from the classic baseball movie Field of Dreams. A mysterious voice from…

Friends & Family

Laugh a little

Life can be so serious. There’s a lot of important stuff going on, important things we need to be doing, and important matters we…

Living My Faith

No time for spiritual retirement

The Johnny Depp trial and the latest Top Gun movie have shown me, among other things, that my generation isn’t as young as it…

Friends & Family

Two tips for church

If you’re part of a local gathering of Christians, how could you make your church even better? Paul encourages growth when he writes, “Brothers…

Friends & Family

Choose your own adventure with God this summer

If your Bible reading has sloughed a little these last weeks (er, months), Haggai is the perfect book to get you back into it….

Friends & Family

Known and loved

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. A guy in a suit and tie walks into a bar; everyone in the place turns…

Friends & Family

A place for lost sheep

Is there a place in your heart for lost sheep? They’ll return if we don’t give up on them, if reclaiming them is our…

Living My Faith

“You suck”

My son, husband, and I were listening to a presentation by a mental performance coach. He invited a dozen high school football players to…

Life’s Challenges

You were not meant to carry your burdens

Young adults and the elderly seem to share the ability to be transparent. On New Year’s Eve, a young man sat in my living…