Have you been entrusted with a ‘large love’ in your life? A love that is equal parts gift, privilege, responsibility and vulnerability? I believe those loves are to give us a glimpse of the love God has for each and every person. Learning to steward such a love takes a lifetime! It requires embracing theContinue reading “Lessons From A Large Love”
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Courage for Life!
Life is hard. Suicide is NOT the answer. There are no easy answers and no short cuts to the clichéd idea of ‘a life worth living.’ The spate of suicides we’ve seen among the rich & famous scream out the emptiness of fame and fortune. The devastating statistics on addiction declare a dead-end for escapingContinue reading “Courage for Life!”
Wounded by Friends
Caring about others makes you vulnerable in many ways. The hurts our friends receive hurt us too. We rise to their defense. Those are hurts that can accomplish good. They make us love harder and share one anothers’ burdens. We grow in strength together. There are other shared hurts that can be deadly. Our friends’ weaknesses canContinue reading “Wounded by Friends”
Shortly after 9/11 there was an interview with an ISIS member who captured for me the essence of their heart. He said something like this: “America, you will never win because you love life and we love death.” He may be right…our country may not win, but we don’t have to lose. Christ is life; HeContinue reading “Love Life”
Don’t let your eyes be stuck in the muck!