God gives us a stark picture of the reality of a life malnourished outside the Word of God when he tells the prophet, Jeremiah, in Jeremiah 2:13; For my people have done two evil things: They have abandoned me— the fountain of living water. And they have dug for themselves cracked cisterns that can hold no water at all! Is feasting … [Read more...]
It is National Mountain day!
Today is no ordinary Hump Day. Oh no, my friends, today is special! So, whether you are having a mountain top day, down in the valley, or somewhere in between, it is time for a big deep breath of relaxation. December 11th is International Mountain Day! I hail from the only mountains in Texas. Born in Brewster county and toddling the Chisos … [Read more...]
The Graduate Assent
Someone needs this. Things did not go as planned, perhaps your world is shattered, and the many broken pieces seem impossible to gather, let alone seek to mend. There is hope. Affliction More times than I wish to recount and a complete listing is not needed. I do know brokenness, grief, shattered life, moral injury, and suffice to say have … [Read more...]
Life Lessons From Kindergarten
First Day of School What did you learn the first day of school? I remember a few impressionable lessons about my first day of kindergarten. At my age, that may seem remarkable, but some things make their mark on our lives. Today I reflect on those impressions with great appreciation for growth in wisdom and the result of it in my relationship … [Read more...]