Our National Sin


Culture & Current Events, Uncategorized

One week ago, the light of our nation grew dimmer. Andrew Cuomo tweeted, Today I signed the #ReproductiveHealthAct – codifying Roe v. Wade into state law and protecting women’s reproductive rights no matter what the federal government does. This is a victory for all New Yorkers. I am curious if it’s a victory for those “almost-born-New-Yorkers?” My stomach […]

January 29, 2019

Praying for the Victims of Michael


Culture & Current Events, Uncategorized

After opening my front door, I surveyed my property. Pine limbs littered my lawn. Fortunately, our lights flickered but never went out for any significant amount of time.  Realizing I would spend a few hours cleaning up minor debris, I thanked God for our safety. Returning inside, I turned the television to the Weather Channel. Only […]

October 11, 2018

Broken SYATP18


Culture & Current Events

On September 26, at the break of dawn,  students will gather at flagpoles across the nation to cry out to God. This student-led movement began in 1990 with ten students, and it has grown to millions. God is still moving among the youth of this nation. He has not forsaken His people. Their ministry style may […]

September 25, 2018

A Full Heart on Friday


Culture & Current Events

It’s Friday evening. I am tired and sweaty. It’s been a long week, but my heart is refreshed. So, I decided to let my joy spill over into your lives. Saying “God is great” seems inadequate. Yet, I can think of no other way to express my feelings at the moment. I am overwhelmed by the […]

September 21, 2018

Echoes in the Hills of Alabama


Culture & Current Events, Read

“What were you doing in Birmingham, Alabama this past weekend?”  People are curious. I assume their curiosity was piqued by the dust being blown off my cobwebbed Instagram account. (I am trying to get with the times.) A steady stream of posts of my son and myself ranging from our stop at the Huddle House for breakfast to […]

March 5, 2018