Jesus Understand Loneliness

I’m writing over at The Glorious Table today! Here’s a Preview We’ve spent a lot of time alone these past weeks. As I’ve chatted over Zoom, Voxer, email, and text with friends and family, it’s clear everyone has felt a heaviness from the imposed social distancing. Even when we have … Read More

Holding on for Dear Life

I’m writing over at The Glorious Table today. Here’s a preview: On February 3, 1989, apprentice jockey Nate Hubbard was having the race of his life. That is, until his horse, Sweetwater Oak, launched him from the saddle with only a hundred yards to go. He clung to the neck of his … Read More

Mary’s Willingness for the Greater Good

I’m writing over at The Glorious Table today! Here’s a preview Every time I read about Mary’s conversation with the angel who was sent to tell her she was chosen to carry the Savior of humanity, I’m amazed. Her simple surrender in Luke 1:38, “I am the Lord’s servant . . … Read More

The Value of Our Words

One of the most amazing things about the Bible is that the authors didn’t fully comprehend what they were writing. As a shepherd boy, David wrote poems of praise to pass the time in the fields and journaled prayers on anguish and praise to God later in life. Paul wrote letters from … Read More

Don’t Miss the Middle

I’m writing over at The Glorious Table! Here’s a preview: At the beginning of every year in elementary school, my teacher would hand out a worksheet with a long list of instructions. She would explain that the goal of this project was the complete the task correctly by the end … Read More