The One Thing You Didn’t See Coming

Last week I suggested that we think about how we could love our neighbors in the midst of the craziness. What I realized this week is that while I need to love my neighbors, I need to let them love me, too.

Let’s Focus on the God Who Is Bigger

How do we love our neighbor well when fear seems to be ruling the day?

Holy, Chosen, and Dearly Loved

Confession isn't primarily about focusing on how awful I am or how badly I've blown it. It's about grace and forgiveness.

Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler

I found that as I slowed down and focused on my relationship with God during Lent, He worked in my heart in some amazing ways. Out of this season of reflection and penitence came a deeper and more profound understanding of "the good times."

God Is . . .

The other day I was driving down the canyon to Salt Lake City, enjoying the view of the snow covered mountains and a few minutes to myself. As I drove, I was listening to an audio book and heard the narrator read 1 Corinthians 13:4-8: 4 Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, … Continue reading God Is . . .