The Treasure Upgrade
November 16th, 2020
I love this story. It reminds me of the story in the Bible where Jesus commends the widow for giving to God her two small coins, all she had to live on. The size of the gift is irrelevant; rather God ...  Read More
The Chisel
February 4th, 2020
The summer after I graduated college, I worked as program staff at a Bible camp. One of my projects was to take a collection of old windows and turn them into giant picture frames that could be hung a...  Read More
Christian Karma- Faith
December 11th, 2019
One of my most vivid memories of Bangkok was the distinct smell: greasy steam and smoke from the food vendors that lined the streets with their small metal carts and fryers, mingled with incense, the ...  Read More
Lies, Lies, Lies Blog
August 13th, 2019
I recently stumbled across an old language learning cartoon called Muzzy. Having studied German for 7 years and knowing how brilliant young children’s brains are at acquiring language, I decided to bu...  Read More
Rock Jars
June 21st, 2019
My daughter is a collector, though she doesn’t hold collectibles for long. I suppose you can forgive a two-year-old for that.Pine cones and rocks and sticks and rocks and rocks are favored treasures t...  Read More
More Than a Miracle
May 14th, 2019
Have you ever just wanted to….grumble? I mean, have you ever just felt like you kept pulling the short sticks and wondered if life was some kind of cruel joke? Like all the long sticks got pulled out ...  Read More
Run to Love
March 19th, 2019
“I’m going to run to Love, I’m going to run to Love, into the arms of my Father. And like a child who knows, my Father loves me so, I’m going to run, I’m going to run to Love.”Whenever I see a 400 met...  Read More