My husband and I have extremely low expectations for ALL holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, and other such special occasions or life milestones. We've found that when we go into a time like that with high expectations or intentions to make it memorable, someone usually ends up having the flu or food poisoning. His first Father's Day, … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day, and a Soteriology Lesson
Christians know and cherish the story of Elijah hiding in the mountains, waiting for God to speak to him. The Almighty's voice was not in the wind, the earthquake, or the fire. He was in a still small voice. This is sometimes used to promote disciplines of silence and solitude, meditation on Scripture, or cultivate … Continue reading God Speaks
Hate is a strong word... Let's use disdain instead. I hate disdain being labeled a millennial Christian. Why? Good grief, where do I start? The Millennial generation is the most self-victimized generation in decades. We've coined terms like "triggered" "safe-space" "selfie" "white privilege" "body shaming" and any number of endless "phobias" Millennials are chiefly responsible … Continue reading I Hate Being a Millennial Christian
I grew up in and around the Church. As a young child, I was taught the books of the Bible, I knew about God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. I was aware of "spiritual vocabulary"; words like sin, sacrifice, faith, Calvary (not cavalry- it's a pet peeve of mine when those two words are confused.) … Continue reading Drawn to Christ and His Word
My observation of Christmas has nothing to do with the solstice, or yule, or Santa, or the actual date and month of the birth of Jesus. It has everything to do with the incarnation meaning Christ's life in exchange for mine.