Wearying the Lord with Words

Life is full of tests. Have you noticed that? Whether believer or not, we all encounter tests of integrity, strength, endurance, knowledge, patience. It’s the way things are under the sun. I am a writer, a teacher, a counselor—in short, a communicator. I’ve often observed that my life is an endless chain of conversations, interspersedContinue reading “Wearying the Lord with Words”

Holding Me Still

This week’s blog is more personal than usual. Again my work and ministry are in transition. I have walked away from one seemingly completed assignment, without knowing where I am to serve next. This kind of thing is tough for me. In my flesh and in my spirit, I am someone who needs to alwaysContinue reading “Holding Me Still”

Communion and the Washing of Feet

Recently I was asked to say a few words at my church to prepare us to take communion together. This inspired me to read all four Gospel accounts of the Last Supper, the final Passover meal Jesus shared with his 12 closest friends and followers, where he established the tradition of the covenant meal weContinue reading “Communion and the Washing of Feet”