A Defiant Peace

It was the first winter weather of the season—a wintry mix of snow and freezing rain and as the wind howled it blew the little ice pellets against everything standing. When the storm moved on and the wind died down, the ice and snow had left a beautifully painted landscape.

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The Now and Not Yet

“Do you know what Advent is?” I asked my children. All three looked at me with puzzled faces. Then one said, “The days until Christmas!”

Qualified through Belonging

It was fall and the campus was full of life with more than 25,000 students roaming the grounds heading to and from class. Freshman looked

The Simple High and Holy Work

We sit down at the dinner table and we reach for each other’s’ hands. The food is on the table, covered with lids, tinfoil or

Monsoonal Reflections

The power went out… again. The rain was coming down in sheets and the power lines were no match, especially after the wind picked up.

Then God

Years ago I walked into a Christian bookstore eager to find a Bible study. I headed straight for the section dedicated to everything Beth Moore.

The Sanitized Word

When I was in college I was introduced to a book that depicted a side of United States history I had never heard before. There

They Will Know Us by Our Love

A global pandemic. A modern civil rights movement. A major political election. It’s a lot to process and handle all at once. What seemed like

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