You may have noticed I haven’t written on here in a while. I haven’t been on social media much lately. I’ve posted maybe 8 times in the last two months and most of those posts have been in the last two weeks. I’ve gone weeks without even pulling up those little apps. I didn’t set out… Read More Going Off Grid: What’s Your Source for Living Life?
Have you ever heard Jim Gaffigan, one of my favorite comedians, talk about becoming a father of four kids? It is hilarious! Regardless of the number of kids you have you’ll laugh your head off. And for all of us with four kids or more… you’ll laugh good and hard, but also feel the… Read More Lord, Save Me: The One Thing to Say When You Feel Like You’re Drowning
Today, many of us will find our way to the doors of a church to received the imposition of ashes upon our forehead. We will hear how we are made from dust and will return to dust. We will hear of how we are frail and broken and in need of God’s forgiveness and grace.… Read More For the Love of Dust & Ashes: An Invitation to Embrace our Belovedness This Valentine’s Ash Wednesday
I didn’t notice how fast I was going. I just didn’t realize. I was on autopilot, not paying attention to my speed. I wasn’t late for anything. I wasn’t necessarily in a hurry. I was just on my way home trying to get my Joy Baby down for her nap before she fell asleep. With no… Read More Slow Down! How a Ticket is Teaching Me to Lean into the Practice of Slow