One does not need to look far to see the brokenness in our world, in our churches and communities, and yes, even in our families and our own lives. It can be difficult in these days to watch or read the news, to engage in difficult conversations with those with differing perspectives, and to find balance … Continue reading Beneath the shattered surface lies a hidden wholeness…
The Brokenness of the World
Today is a tough day. As someone who spent three decades in education and six years as an administrator in an elementary school in Houston, TX, it is a very tough day. For the parents and families and friends of the 19 children and two adults killed in Uvalde, Texas yesterday, it is an unbearably … Continue reading The Brokenness of the World
What are you doing for Lent?
Tomorrow is Ash Wednesday. For Christians, it marks the start of the great season of Lent and our forty-day journey toward Holy Week. For many though, it seems we have been in a two-year Lent since the arrival of the pandemic here in the United States – and around the world. In those two years, we have … Continue reading What are you doing for Lent?