In the heartbreak

What do you do when you don't get to say goodbye like you thought you would, when things don't end all neat and pretty like you planned, when you're left sobbing your heart out in your car in a parking lot late at night, because it's the end and you never knew it was going... Continue Reading →

At the edge of eternity

This past week in the Netherlands I was a guest member of the teen Bible camp run by the missionaries. It was a mentally and physically tiring week, but it was so worth it to get to be with these incredible teens and staff members. Thursday night we ended with a campfire song and testimony... Continue Reading →

As he leads me

Life is busy, always so busy, that it seems if I want a moment to be still, I have to make one. I must hew my quietness, my solitude, out of the whirlwind of life. Sometimes this threatens my ability to function well, as it is so difficult to find the moments I need to... Continue Reading →

I cannot do anything

Note: This is the first post I ever wrote for this blog, way back around September. But for some reason, every time I stumbled on it in the drafts folder, I felt like it wasn't the right time to share it. Today, however, I was again reminded of the principle in this post, and so... Continue Reading →

How dirty is your towel?

On the night of the Last Supper, Jesus took on the role of a servant--the lowest servant, at that--and washed the grime from his disciples' feet. The King of kings humbled himself enough to do the job none of the disciples would step in to do. The dirty job. He knelt down with a towel... Continue Reading →

The power of discussion

One problem with society today is that for all the clamor of┬átalking people do, they fail to have┬ádiscussions. What do I mean by a discussion? Simply put, a discussion is communication between two or more people. But I would venture to qualify that some more. Discussion requires a topic. Discussion involves giving everyone a chance... Continue Reading →

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