Well my friends, today is my 35th birthday, so I thought I would do an extra post. Today was spent at work, school, and doing a myriad of other things. It was a long day, but one that I have grown to appreciate more with every passing year. Since I became an adult, I have … Continue reading Birthday Bonus!
I am honestly at a loss of words for this. A little over a month ago my book, We Don't Trust Your Theology, was released and the response has been overwhelming and unexpected. Thank you all, so very much. I have never cared about rankings or really any other standards of measurement with achievements or … Continue reading One Month Later
Cody living his best life in our yard when we lived in Columbus I have cried every day for the past two weeks when I realized it was time, and had to tell that to Jette. On Monday we had a vet come to the house so our boy could slip easily into that great … Continue reading Cody: The Orange Prince
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com We tend to equate hospitality with parties and social gatherings or gracious resorts and expensive restaurants. To us hospitality is an industry, not a practice, one that summons Martha Stewart to mind more quickly than Jesus Christ. But to ancient Christians hospitality was a virtue, part of the love of … Continue reading People’s History: Hospitality
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com A few weeks ago I was driving to work when I found myself with a car in my blind spot who sped up to not allow me to merge in to the next lane. This just about caused an accident, and had me almost go off the road. When I … Continue reading Merge lane