Eight Weeks Sheltering in Place

On March 12 David Brooks published a column in the New York Times titled Pandemics Kill Compassion Too, You may not like who you’re about to become. I have a lot of respect for David Brooks. He’s spent a lot more time studying character than I have and his book … Read More

Go, but Go in Christ

One of the hardest parts about learning to recognize God’s voice is discerning when I’m hearing him say yes or no, stay or go or whether it’s my preferences that are guiding my decisions.  I’ve learned I can’t always depend on whether a choice makes sense or seems logical. If … Read More

Being Still

As our country, really as a world really, we’ve experienced an unusual opportunity to slow down considerably in the last few weeks. Not surprisingly, when the first announcements about different athletic events, colleges, and conferences closing trickled out Americans didn’t handle things well. The lack of communication as to when … Read More

Adoration Devotions

As I focus on my one word for 2020 pursue and pursuing God more intentionally this year I’m revisiting different Bible study and prayer disciplines I’ve incorporated through the years beginning with adoration. Growing up in the church you will likely learn a lot of catchy phrases that come to … Read More

Thanksgiving Reflections

There are so many things to be thankful for in 2019: Our health A new space to live in that we love Great jobs we both enjoy (and new clients for Beth this year with smooth transitions yay!) Our boys are doing well in school Upcoming opportunities in 2020 A … Read More