Kingdom work

When I go to work, I’m going to the Kingdom. I’m not working for the King, I’m working with the King. The Kingdom is not restrained to the walls of the Church. -Kris Vallotton Many days, I used to drag myself to work. But its not that I don’t love my jobs, for I do. Rather itsContinue reading “Kingdom work”

Sunday Psalm: these feet are meant to follow

Today I looked down and realized my feet are designed not only to hold me up but to help direct my path. My feet have recently come under attack, and when they did, I realized just how precious a gift they are to me, to all of us who have them. For where my feetContinue reading “Sunday Psalm: these feet are meant to follow”

the straw that loosened my tongue

I have a confession to make. After a particularly long & hot day at my far away job, hubby was chatting with me in the car as we headed home.  I was hangry, and looking back, just ready to blow. Hubby shared about an email he got from a friend who is all riled upContinue reading “the straw that loosened my tongue”

when words fail

Hearing about how Christians are being persecuted, tortured & killed for their faith hurts. For we are one body, one bride, one church in Jesus. And when one part of the body hurts, the whole body feels the pain. Sure, those closest to that part may feel it more intensely, but when the part isContinue reading “when words fail”

Community Chatter

Relevant Magazine recently posted an interesting article (6 Things Every Strong Community Needs) that got my brain pondering: Community Here are their six headings, and my comments. Intentionality Sometimes we have to purpose to become community. And other times, it just happens. This can happen in school, work, church, or your neighborhood. You may haveContinue reading “Community Chatter”

discover what you love

Now you need to discover what you love. #TheMercifulScar Watch the Response Wil Wheaton Gives to a Little Girl that Has Millions of Nerds (Like Us) Cheering There is risk in people knowing what we love. Many of us get hurt when they make fun of us, or bully us with words, fists, rejection. AndContinue reading “discover what you love”