The Olympics and why we love sports

The Olympics are one of the greatest displays of faith in action that the secular world has. For four years, athletes all over the globe dedicate every second of their lives to training for one moment in time when their dreams will either be fulfilled or destroyed....

Falling short and forgiveness

We don’t need to be told we all mess up, make mistakes, and well, flat out sin. The good news is that our failures need not define us. David committed adultery, Moses had anger issues, Rahab was a prostitute, Peter denied Christ, and Paul persecuted Christians. Each...

Since my mother passed away

Today, Thursday August 4, 2016, marks 158 days since my mother passed away. Stated another way, it has been four months, two weeks, and one day. It has been even longer since her cancer diagnosis, which was in January of 2013, but I digress. This is a significant day,...

The whole earth is full of His glory

One of my favorite Bible passages is Matthew 6:25-34. It is my go to passage to share when a friend or relative tells me they are anxious or worried about their life. This weekend I was in Atlanta with my daughter Meredith and we spent two hours wandering through the...

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