God’s Miracle Made Personal

I have been thinking a lot about miracles lately. A research paper that asked me to evaluate C.S. Lewis’s writings on the topic enabled me to take a deep dive into the millennia old debate as I wrestled with my own beliefs on the subject. Brought up under both Presbyterian and Methodist teachings, strangely enoughContinue reading “God’s Miracle Made Personal”

Square Pegs. Round Holes.

Have you ever watched a young toddler play as he or she matches each plastic shape with the corresponding cut out in a familiar type of children’s toy? The concentration on the child’s face, their little fingers moving as much-needed shape recognition and fine motor skills are developed. Then the squeal of delight as the perfectContinue reading “Square Pegs. Round Holes.”

For Those in Extended Job Search

Spoiler Alert: I am going to talk about God, and His work in my life. You are free to stop reading at any point. It sometimes feels like I have been in job search for decades. Seriously. Early on in my career, because loyalty was no longer valued in the workplace, I was coached to startContinue reading “For Those in Extended Job Search”

Seeking Perfection in the Chaos

Wandering through a big box office supply store a few weeks ago, I was reminded of how much I loved back-to-school season as a kid.  In August, stores would stock shiny new organizers, notebooks and colorful pens that seemed to promise that I would be a better student this year, and that they would bringContinue reading “Seeking Perfection in the Chaos”

An Afternoon Visit (Grieve with Hope)

I have been greatly blessed. There are too many for me to count here, but one stands out among the rest – perhaps because he is no longer with us. I first learned of my brother Larry’s diagnosis on Good Friday in 2016. Pancreatic cancer. The year that followed was a rollercoaster ride…the type thatContinue reading “An Afternoon Visit (Grieve with Hope)”