Invitations of Job

Meditating on God's work in creation holds the potential to remove ourselves from being the source of wisdom, judgment, and value that is often our focus in our post-Fall world, pointing us instead to the Father Almighty who took up his rule on the seventh day.

Guest Post: A Letter to My Sisters and Brothers

Alice Patterson is a dear friend whose love and grace never cease to amaze me. In light of everything that has been happening recently, I asked her if she would be willing to share some of the thoughts that she had shared with me with you, my dear readers. She graciously agreed. In a time … Continue reading Guest Post: A Letter to My Sisters and Brothers

Praying Scripture: Why Have You Forsaken Me?

Will you join me in reflecting on and praying Psalm 22 as we approach the cross on Friday?

Praying Scripture – 4/1/2020 – Lent

5 I wait for the Lord, my whole being waits,  and in his word I put my hope.6 I wait for the Lord  more than watchmen wait for the morning,  more than watchmen wait for the morning.7 Israel, put your hope in the Lord,  for with the Lord is unfailing love  and with him is full redemption.8 He himself will redeem Israel  from all their … Continue reading Praying Scripture – 4/1/2020 – Lent

The 5 Most Popular Posts of 2019

Thank you so much for joining me this year! As we get ready to start a New Year I took a look back at this year's most popular posts. If you're relatively new to my blog, here are a few "old favorites" that keep getting visitors: My Son Needed the Love of the Church. I … Continue reading The 5 Most Popular Posts of 2019

The Pilgrimage to God’s Presence: His Strength, Our Weakness

It is only in our weakness that we can “go from strength to strength,” because it is about God’s strength, not our own.