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 […]