Submission Vs. Subjection

Touchy subject? Yeah, it might be a hard subject for a number of reasons. You may come to this post having had a controlling background, a distrust of men or leadership roles. You may come from the mentality that modern America would say about women’s rights or how submission is a suppression of women. ThereContinue reading “Submission Vs. Subjection”

No Lone Ranger Christian

There was a time while Alex and I lived in India that I was asked to play my violin at the Tibetan school’s talent show where we were teaching English. I heartily agreed and started preparing a song with another American friend who would accompany me on the guitar. We met a few times casuallyContinue reading “No Lone Ranger Christian”

My Greatest and Very Needed Embarrassment

I turned beet red. My stomach dropped to my toes and I shrunk in my seat. I had never been more embarrassed in my life! My Bible teacher had just used my homework as an example of “what not to do” in Doctrinal Canon Testing class. The paper I had been up late the nightContinue reading “My Greatest and Very Needed Embarrassment”

Worship in the Waves

Everyone had gone. Even my husband had left to run an errand and I sat alone in my hospital bed. My heart and mind were too full to think clearly – but my soul longed to declare and remember truth. I gathered the strength to hobble over to the bedside couch (which my husband claimedContinue reading “Worship in the Waves”

The Beatitudes Part 7

The Peacemakers “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.” Matthew 5:9 I tend to think of peace as a ceasefire. If you can keep people from firing at each other, you are keeping the peace. I am naturally skilled at this task. I can diffuse tension and diplomatically navigate conversations.Continue reading “The Beatitudes Part 7”