What do we do with the loss that we feel for the things corona virus has stolen from us?
My parents taught me by example in most things in life. And one thing I saw them do was attend funerals and go to visitations. They made time to go, not just for family, but for friends, for people from church and from work. They went out of their way to be there. I've known… Continue reading Presence
Where do you run when trouble comes? What is the answer to your suffering?
Think about your favorite book or movie. In the story line, is there suffering? Is there struggle? Do the characters persevere to a good end? I can think of some stories that don't come to a good end, but they aren't my favorites by far. One of my favorite stories is the Lord of the… Continue reading Choose your own adventure
We do not often write complete letters these days. We write emails and notes, but letters are becoming obsolete. It used to be that the letter was the only way to communicate with people who were not physically with you. I've written a few letters in my life since I was almost 20 when email… Continue reading Waiting for Justice
What are you building? Is it what you want or what God wants? If you have no idea what I am talking about, click here to hear Pastor Quincy McGhee's sermon from Sunday on James 4:7-12. You do not want to miss it! Photo by John-Mark Smith on Pexels.com But back to the question: What… Continue reading How are you building?
My sister and I were great at sibling rivalry when we were kids. We fought over everything. We had the standard, "She's touching me!" or "She's on my side!" in the back seat of the car frequently. We fought over the passenger seat when we got older. We fought over toys and the bathroom and… Continue reading Sibling Rivalry