Shoes – Holocaust Museum Reflection

We had a debrief between the Ph.D. and Ed.D. cohorts this evening, but I wanted to save the shoes for us. I wanted to post a record of raw reflection on my experience at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. I wanted to share the three things that left me soul-stunned...with you. To give each … Continue reading Shoes – Holocaust Museum Reflection

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Our Lovers are the Problem, not God’s Love

Like the fairy godmother's gold dust sprinkled on #Cinderella to make her invisible to her wicked stepmother and stepsisters at the ball, there's been some bewitchment about God's love and walking in it (See Galatians 5:7). Believers in Jesus Christ emphasize loving others above all. I do it too. There are plenty of entries on … Continue reading Our Lovers are the Problem, not God’s Love

When Revelation Has a Human Target

Revelation in itself is generic. It comes to all, regardless of faith persuasion or conviction. It simply brings the bearer to greater awareness which often leads to insight, understanding, and ideally a behavior modification. In the Body of Christ though, we hold this word dear as a link between what we know and what God … Continue reading When Revelation Has a Human Target

Wounded Connections (Holy Week reflection)

As we reflect and renew commitments to God  in this conclusion of Holy Week, allow me to offer a couple of thoughts, based on this foundation idea. It is possible for us to create powerful and unhealthy bonds with people over open or untreated wounds.  THE MODEL -- Isaiah 53:5 NET Jesus initiated this powerful … Continue reading Wounded Connections (Holy Week reflection)