Kanye West got saved and the internet is on fire. It seems there are two major camps evaluating this news. There is the "Hallelujah, a prodigal has returned home! Let's embrace him and watch God do what he does best!" Then there is the "Oh dear, his theology/motives/methodology makes me uncomfortable. He has given in/sold... Continue Reading →
Call me narrow. Call me small-minded. I am no longer content to sit back and watch person after person fall to the false teachings that have flooded the world.
One of the biggest fears I battle as a writer is of "being found out." You see, I have no credentials, really. No degree to vouch for my knowledge, no wealth of experience in the marketplace to give me a portfolio that I can offer for your inspection. I'm just a wife and mom. I'm... Continue Reading →
Mary's relationship with her cousin, Elizabeth has been a source of fascination for me as Christmas nears. God provided much-needed community for the mother of Christ in Elizabeth, someone...the only one...who could begin to relate to what Mary had been chosen to walk though. As I tried to imagine their conversations, whispered by firelight after... Continue Reading →
Boy, is this ever a big topic. So many books and blogs claim to have the answer but, when all is said and done, we still end up empty and searching. Advice ranges from getting a manicure to "washing your face." (Yeah, I went there.) I, I, I, me, me, me...we fight for peace and... Continue Reading →
It's a classic, this lie of the enemy that is circulating again. Over and over it comes and wreaks toxic havoc on the Church, sadly predictable yet tragically effective God's people freeze in the face of it, wanting to combat it but afraid of playing into the stereotype We waver, we go mute when confronted,... Continue Reading →