This marks the last post of the year as I’ll be on sabbatical in December until early next year. Hearty thanks to everyone who showed up, spent time here and gave me their sentiments online or in person. I believe the best way to change the world is one person at a time. You’re my … Continue reading 2018.
Last week I shared some thoughts on how God uses friendships to restore wholeness in us and why we need to be intentional in how we journey with our friends. I want to continue that conversation this week, but in the context of relationships. There’s a lot of hype about romance in relationships but friendship … Continue reading On Friendships, Wholeness & God: Relationship Edition
When you make the choice to give your life to Christ, that includes your friendships. Most people assume this just pertains to sticking with the “good crowd” but there’s much more to it than that. Unfortunately, when we don’t explore the more of it, we end up building friendships in a way that clashes with … Continue reading On Friendships, Wholeness & God
Ours is an endless information age. From the moment we open our eyes (and likely turn to our phones) to the moment we close them (and likely turn away from our phones), we spend our days constantly bombarded with all kinds of information. Frivolous information about what famous people are up to. Heartbreaking information about … Continue reading God’s Report
The alternative title to this post is: The reality after the hero and the heroine ride/drive off into the sunset. Ha! Last month for the Marriage Bed series, I wrote on Becoming A Life Partner and the reality that there are no ready-made partners. No one is born pre-configured to be the greatest there ever … Continue reading Go The Distance