Hardship Brings Even More Grace
Grace through trials is not learned in a classroom but through actually going through hardship.
Where does your Limp Lead You?
I have an attraction to leadership books which describe real leaders, rather than those with a polished, corporate facade. I fully acknowledge we can learn from books touting secrets and methods, but I find much more encouragement in those which help me lead in and through my weaknesses. An all time favorite of mine is […]
Stranger in My Own Land
I was in America for the first time in forever on Memorial Day. This is a day where we remember the sacrifice of many who fought for the freedom of America. Drive down any street and you will see flags waving on houses with patriotism abounding. I found myself in the heartland of America this […]
Connected But In Isolation
We are living in the most connected time in history. Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Skype, Facetime…… Why is it we have an epidemic of loneliness coupled with a lack of vulnerability? Depression, anxiety and stress are at all time highs. We are desperate to be known, yet terrified of being discovered. We are able to create […]
Grace Embraces our Shortcomings
Why is it we feel we must portray a model of perfection as Christians? For as long as I can remember, the stereotypical Christian was one who cleaned up well and always answered the “How are you Doing?” question with positive enthusiasm. Do we present a church which has arrived and is all together, or […]