Wednesday is a day of reorientation. Monday and Tuesday, I reflect on Sunday’s services. What went well? How did the music interact with the message?
This weekend, I had the privilege of attending the Maranatha Christian Writers’ Conference. Perhaps the most invigorating part of this experience was swapping book recommendations.
Something Good: A lady in our congregation turned 99 years old this weekend. We took time during announcements today to sing “Happy Birthday” and to
1. Something Good: I recently watched Thirteen Lives and was utterly riveted. This remarkable true story captures the reality of common grace—of sacrifice, courage, ingenuity,
I’m thrilled to share that two of my poems, “Pastor’s Wife” and “Gardening Advice” have been published by ClayJar Review in their second issue. You
Something Good: My arms are covered in small welts from wresting my squash vines into submission. What began as tiny, withered seedlings are now sprawling