This year has been the hardest and most meaningful year of my life. So many things, good and bad happened this year. I couldn’t sum up the year in a few sentences, but my posts provide a diary of sorts to the ups and downs and the goodness of God.
If you are young and exploring your spiritual identity, join the crowd.
God might be speaking to us all the time. We just arent’ paying attention.
2018 might be a time when we embrace the ordinary.
We can all say that we have Grown Up but where do we actually stand on the Maturity Scale?
We all have a spiritual life. What are you making of yours?
There would be no blog and my life would be a shadow of what it is now if this hadn’t happened.
Last summer, I took this well-known passage, Jeremiah 29:11, and explained why it is meant for those who are in places they do not want to be.
As my Dad lay dying, I had to come to grips with my own selfishness. It wasn’t pretty but it was needed.
I have learned that God is working and showing up even when he doesn’t seem to be attentive to our prayers and even our needs.
It took me two posts to discuss the problems with having a sour face.
Do you think you are on the verge of Growing Up? Be ready for a major challenge from Satan.
I tried to eulogize my dad after his death. My goal was to talk about why I admired him so much and why his kind of life is so needed in our time.
In the aftermath of Charlottesville, I explain while our society is ill-equipped to solve these problems.
That time I picked up a hitchhiker on Mother’s Day.
I think we could all use help reading the Bible.
Beyond my Dad’s death, the most significant thing to happen to me this past year was this.
Parenting is probably the area where I need to Grow Up the most.
Why I am not a Dad blogger.
Being overly critical is a poison and it has done damage to me in the past. But I am working on it.
Service to Others
I might have found the secret to making serving others easier.