My Journey of Grief

This month marks a year since my Dad died. I thought it might be useful to note some observations I have had about loss, grief, and recovery: Individuality of Grief - Until you have been through the death of a parent or someone very close to you, there is no way of knowing what it is... Continue Reading →

Where Is God When It Hurts?

During the final months of my dad's life, I learned that God takes care of you even when you think he isn't taking care of you. There were many prayers for my dad, and myself, that went unanswered. Prayers for his healing, prayers for his ease of mind, prayers for an easier situation for my... Continue Reading →

The Loss of A Friend

I lost a good friend on Friday. Over the years and through many letters (yes, letters), phone calls, and a men's retreat, he and I ministered to each other. Our friendship went way back and it has always been rich and meaningful and God was often at the center of it. Our friendship was one... Continue Reading →

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