Things aren’t built the way they used to be.

This is a saying in our home. We sound like our grandparents did… but it’s become so much more apparent to me the older I get. They truly don’t make things the way they used […]


An artist, whether well-known and famous or struggling in unknown obscurity, typically signs their completed works of art with their personal signature. Writers autograph their books. Glass blowers, woodworkers, sculptors, whatever the artistic medium – […]

The Holiness of God

I’ve been listening to a lecture series by the late theologian, R.C. Sproul, called The Holiness of God.  In the series, Sproul discusses the quality of holiness as it relates to the character of God.  […]

No Jerks for Jesus

I recently read a tweet which said, “Being a jerk to everyone you think is wrong about stuff is not a mark of orthodoxy or courage but of arrogance and fear.  The saints used to […]

Just be still with me.

During my 5 minutes of silence with the Lord this morning, my mind wouldn’t stop. I just kept praying. I heard the Lord tell me, “just be still with me.”  During my quiet time, one […]

Keep Trying/Sigue Tratando -Bilingual

Are there areas of your life that Jesus is asking you to give to God’s Kingdom, but you are having a hard time letting go? Habits, feelings, relationships, possessions, time, gifts, etc. Sadly, I do […]

Little BIG Prayers

The other day I was walking my dog, talking to God and enjoying the lovely morning when I had an “AH-HA” moment. I was suddenly aware that my new shoes felt fabulous on my feet. […]

A Wonderful Prayer

I wanted to share a prayer of Ignatius of Loyola for this blog. There are significant theological depths in this prayer which are worth reflecting on. Meditating on this prayer reminds me that all I […]

March Madness

I’m going to be honest. I struggled with what to write about for my March blog post. It’s not just a classic case of writer’s block.  Every time I would write something down, the words […]