Picture Credit: Nikolay Doychinova/ AFP I am off of all social media until next year, but will auto-update this blog with new podcast episodes when they are available. My latest episode is Let Our Only Response Be. It is a very powerful listen and I hope you check it out. You can listen to it […]Read more "Let Our Only Response Be- NEW PODCAST EPISODE"
My latest episode is Episode 017- In All Things and With Every Breath featuring Cary Umhau (@CaryUmhau), author of Burning Down the Fireproof Hotel: An Invitation to the Beautiful Life and founder of SPACIOUS in Washington DC.Read more "In All Things and With Every Breath featuring Author Cary Umhau of SPACIOUS"
There is an ever-present reality into which we can enter, a realm into which we are continually invited, where love wholly embraces, mends broken-hearts, births a new way of living, gives eyes to see people and the world differently, and changes each one of us in such a profound way that thanksgiving becomes the very essence of our being, and the perpetual outflow of our spirit.Read more "In All Things and With Every Breath…"
It is a very, very bizarre phenomenon. Despite clear and overwhelming evidence that Jesus wants his followers to be peacemakers, to love our enemies, and to not repay evil with evil, the vast majority of Christians in the United States are pro-capital punishment and pro-war.Read more "The Bible Says It. I Believe It. That Settles It (Except for Loving My Enemies)…"
An absolutely essential parable to the Church for this political season…Read more "The Parable of the Two Managers…"
That is the great casualty of this life- we have become disconnected from this great embrace and allowed ourselves to be separated from the source of perfect freedom and perfect love. And it is this disconnection that, no matter the paths we have traveled or how it happened in each of our lives, has steadily closed us off from the life we were always meant to live, the life we were always meant to experience.Read more "Learning to See Beauty in the Wreckage…"
Living constantly in the burden and pain of our suffering can either become an end destination or a passageway for each of us.Read more "When Hope is Lost (A Lesson from Birds)…"