May 20
When I was a kid, I was notorious for losing things. This usually prompted a cry of help toward my parents. My mom had superpowers and she either already knew where my lost toy was, or she found it before I finished telling her what I was looking for. Read More
May 13
We go to great lengths to protect our privacy. Dual-encryption on our devices, auto-generated passwords (that no one could ever guess), and private servers to store our sensitive information. But, as people of faith, are there sensitive issues that are our business? Read More
May 6
I love movies. I love going to movies. I got my first DVD player in 1999, and I've probably spent WAY TOO MUCH money on movies over the years. The movie that has been stuck in my head for the past few weeks is the Tom Hanks film Cast Away from 2000. Read More
April 29, 2020
On Sunday morning I was scrolling through my phone (I seem to be doing that a lot these days) and I came across a story that caught my attention. It was from ESPN about an NBA game back in 2003. A young girl was set to sing the National Anthem before the playoff game in Portland, Oregon, but after the first line something went wrong, and she forgot the words! Read More
April 22, 2020
Psalm 13 opens with the words, "How long, O Lord?" I find myself saying this a lot lately, and not out of anger, or despair, or frustration, but from that awkward space of not knowing when. The beauty of the Psalms is we join our voices with the faithful from years past who asked the same question, How long, O Lord? Read More