Just days away from Easter, we are all doing our best to focus. Lenten sacrifices are winding up, soon coffee will fill a cup that has sat empty for 40 days. Instagram accounts will be revisited. Sugars will be eaten. Wine will be tasted. Soon Easter ensembles will parade the hallways of churches. Brunches will be attended,… Continue reading It had to be Jesus.
Like any new workout routine or eating plan feels at first, the generosity project brings its own aches and pains. If you’re not really a generous person, but you’re trying, then you’re likely to be really sore by now. This next exercise is designed to be more like a nice, long stretch (as opposed to… Continue reading Generosity Overlooked
I often find myself confronting a crossroad. A faint glimmer of red unearths itself for only a moment before it slips away. Back again, a drift of red appears and disappears. Soon returning again, this time a little more sure, lingering a little longer. Winking at me ever so slightly. I smile shyly back at it, knowing it… Continue reading When Your Empty Light Shines Bright