This morning, as I sat quietly in my office—meditative music in the background, journal open, pen in hand—I began to feel the weight of so much. Continue reading
It was not the darkest of days. That would come a little later. Yet, you can feel the tension present as Jesus enters the room. Continue reading
There is a simple practice a counselor once taught me, one that I would like to daily take up even more in this time. It’s called the 5-3-1 practice. Continue reading
In this time of uncertainty due to the Coronavirus pandemic, something is being highlighted in me. It’s not pleasurable, but it is reality. I have been reminded that I don’t do well with pain and suffering.
I desire to support those who themselves are walking through pain and suffering. But when it comes into my life, I don’t like it. I don’t like it at all. Continue reading