Yesterday I wrote about a simple practice that can help in this time. It’s called the 5-3-1.
In this most challenging of times we find ourselves, I do believe it is important to create little rhythms in our lives. Small rhythms, simple rhythms (personal liturgy, if you will). 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
I came across this little guy on my morning walk in the park today. Continue reading
There’s a problem within the evangelical church that I’ve noticed over the years, one that I might call the “everything syndrome.”
What do I mean by this?
Let me give you three examples of the everything syndrome. Continue reading