Do you ever come up against people or arguments that are so one-sided, so determined to remain in their own four walls that you genuinely don't know whether it's worth it to fight or flee? I watched a fascinating video yesterday posted on the Sheologian's website about what happens almost weekly at an Arizona Planned Parenthood … Continue reading Nothing But Cowbell
"But the wisdom that is from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, willing to yield, full of mercy and good fruits, without partiality and without hypocrisy. Now the fruit of righteousness is sown in peace by those who make peace." James 3:17 A few weeks ago, I was walking past my kitchen table and … Continue reading Just A Reminder… He Really, Really Loves Us!
"When the world says, "Oh, you're narrow," you say, "Maybe I am narrow, but the way is narrow, and the path to heaven isn't as broad as a 16-lane highway. You know why I am too narrow? I'm walking with my God." AW Tozer I'm going to go out on a limb here and say … Continue reading The Narrow Gate for the “Christian Machine”
"We want to matter to the people we think matter. We want the people we think matter to single us out. We want them to spend time with us. We want them to invite us in. We want in. Left on the wrong side of the door, we can regress into eighth grade versions of … Continue reading Your Seventh Grade Self
"You are loved harder and longer and more urgently than the ending of any Jane Austen novel." Lisa Jo Baker, Never Unfriended This quote cracked me up. If you've ever read through or watched a Jane Austen story, you know for the most part, it all shakes out in the end. The tangled relationships somehow … Continue reading Better Than A Jane Austen Ending