If you have a Facebook account and have somehow managed to miss all the Buzzfeed quizzes, the title of this post may be lost on you. I happen to enjoy the quizzes, even though it’s obvious they have zero authority, no research to back them and are written by amateurs who have yet to learn […]Read more "Which Day of the Week Are You?"
It’s Holy Week, the week approaching my favorite holiday. As I think back on what Jesus was doing on this day all those years ago, I find Him living out the gospel even before His work on earth was finished. If you knew you were going to die tomorrow, how would you spend your last […]Read more "Maundy Thursday"
I know some of my readers (translation: my family) would like to see posts more often. While I would love to post everyday, as a full time writer sometimes writing is the last thing I want to do at the end of the day. That being said, sometimes I get the opportunity to write about […]Read more "Writing the Gospel"
On Thursday, He prayed, “Not my will but Yours be done.” On Friday, He prayed, “Into Your hands I commit my Spirit.” Saturday was quite possibly the darkest day in history, as hope lay in a tomb motionless… What specific areas of your life need a Resurrection?Read more "When Hope Seems Lost"
As Jesus’ last week progressed, it became more and more obvious He wasn’t messing around. He’d already thrown the money changers out of the temple (with whips and some furniture moving, so to speak) and cursed a fig tree. Now He took aim at the Pharisees and Sadducees. Woes When I was a little girl, […]Read more "Woes, Wow and a Widow"
This week is holy week for Christians. It is the week we set aside to remember the last days of Jesus before He was crucified. Beginning with Palm Sunday and ending with Resurrection morning, this is by far my favorite holiday. However, like many holidays, it has been tweaked, adjusted, watered down and secularized. Rabbits, […]Read more "How Christians Have Tamed Holy Week"