Measuring Up and Mother’s Day
When you feel defeated, burdened, and ashamed of past mistakes, God’s grace covers you sufficiently.
In Case You Think I’m Perfect
The world wants us to beat ourselves up for mistakes, but God has no limits on hie love. None.
3 Steps to Social Media Grace
How about social media that makes our world a more joyful place?
An Ancient Soap Opera of Grace
Before you point your finger at someone else, take a good look at your own choices.
The Compassion of Christ
He is God, and there’s nothing done on our own strength that we can boast about.
If God is Good Then Why . . .
Choose faithfulness and be restored through God’s sustaining grace.
No Small Print, No Exclusions
Let’s not complicate salvation: There are no exceptions to who can receive it.
God, rich in love and mercy, wants you to come to Him and surrender what you have been holding onto.
How a Christian Responds to Criticism
Criticism is an inevitable fact of life. It is our response to that criticism that makes a difference.
Cancel Culture vs. Grace Culture
Every person is loved by God and was placed on this earth with a purpose.
Fountains of Grace: Better Bring a Bucket
God’s grace doesn’t just trickle down; it fills to the brim and overflows!
Grace: Lessons From a Road Trip
Things rarely improve where grace doesn’t make the first move.
He Takes the Broken Pieces and Creates a Masterpiece
God is in the business of creating life out of death, beauty out of ashes.
A Parent’s Lesson From a Strong-Willed Child
It’s in and through our trials that God cultivates maturity in us.
How I Can Identify With My Transgender Co-Worker
I currently work with a trans-bi-sexual “female” who requested that when I refer to “her,” I use the pronouns they and them instead of her or she. […]
4 Tempting Ways to Determine Your Identity
I’ve often said the most destructive force on earth is a man who doesn’t know who he is. When you […]
Don’t Settle For an Average Life with an Average Purpose
There are only two ways to live life: Your way. God’s way. There is no third way. To put it […]
Betrayal Doesn’t Have to be a Relational Death Sentence
RESPONDING TO BETRAYAL I have heard it said that given enough time everyone will eventually let you down. That sounds […]
Moving Beyond Shame and Regret: Part Three
Shame can come from several sources. Sometimes, it’s forced upon us by people who made choices over which we had […]
This is Why a Sheep Loves to Read
In a pivotal passage, Jesus explains, “I know my own and my own know me” (John 10:14). In this verse he […]
Evangelism Begins With Grace
If you’re like me, the word evangelism is a like a guilt switch in my soul. You say “evangelism” and immediately three […]
“Prone to Wander, Lord, I Feel it”
In 1757 Robert Robinson, a self-proclaimed “wanderer,” wrote the penitent words of a poem we know today as the hymn […]
Four Ways to be Grateful During This Season of Thankfulness
If only my children would be more grateful . . . As a young mom, I was sure that was […]
13 Red Letter Teachings of Jesus
No person in history has ever improved the moral teachings of Jesus. His words of morality were elevated to the […]
A Tattoo of the Cross
I had a conversation with a friend this week about tattoos. It got me thinking. She said… “I really want […]
The Kingdom of Self: 3 Ways to Conquer It
Why has it taken me so long to “get it”? It’s been 45 years, and I still don’t understand that […]
“I Choose Mercy!”
My daughter Meredith has always had a very tender heart. When she was little, she could cry the largest tears […]
Resurrection: The Burden of Proof
The conception and rise of Christianity in the first century was due to the resurrection of Jesus, and so profoundly […]