“For as long as we can remember we have lived in a society that has been primarily masculine-driven. “
Category Archives: faith
You Are Never Abandoned
Feeling abandoned is horrible. Yet, it is only a feeling and not “Truth”. People tend to look at the idea of abandonment and believe it means that there is no one to turn to or someone human has left us. Although this is a human and valid feeling it is only a limited truth.Continue reading “You Are Never Abandoned”
Stuck in Between
I realize this is not a typical Easter message, but then again, there is nothing typical about this Easter. I can’t say if this is a new normal or if it is a return to love. I like the believe the latter is true. During this season, I find myself stuck in between so manyContinue reading “Stuck in Between”
What is “the Sacred”
The sacred is what someone might consider to be divine, holy, of religious content, or deserving of veneration. What is sacred is different for everyone. When I personally think of the word I consider what is holy for me. This can be a holy moment of meditative prayer. Or, it can be a meaningful photoContinue reading “What is “the Sacred””
Characteristics of Love: Love is Not Self-Seeking
Not being self seeking can be confusing at first. On one hand we can not give of anything until we have it within ourselves. Being self assured, self giving, and providing self care are all good things. We do need to seek our healing, our inner light, and to seek out what is best inContinue reading “Characteristics of Love: Love is Not Self-Seeking”
A Lesson from the Cross We Don’t Always Think About
Easter weekend always brings a sense of spring, good weather, celebration, family, and food. Alright, these days sometimes the weather is not all the greatest around. But Easter brings up thoughts of chocolate, hard boiled and dyed eggs, leg of lamb and family gatherings. In the Christian church the focus is on Jesus, the cross,Continue reading “A Lesson from the Cross We Don’t Always Think About”
Here Is Your Weekly Wisdom: Be Patient, Your Time Will Come!
It’s so hard when we see others get the things in life we want when we have waited such a long time. Patience is not always easy, but always worth it. If you are doing everything you can to make something happen and there is still a delay, then understand there is a good reasonContinue reading “Here Is Your Weekly Wisdom: Be Patient, Your Time Will Come!”
Here is Your Weekly Wisdom: Rise Above!
We were all born into this world as a blank slate. What a miracle we truly are! Yet, we are taught and affected by the society around us all of the time. Our minds, hearts, souls, and lives, take on the reflection of a changed person. The depth of our personality and what weContinue reading “Here is Your Weekly Wisdom: Rise Above!”
Addictions: Is There a Way Out?
Before I begin with this blog post I want to say that addictions in our country is one of the hardest issues we deal with. The complications an addiction can bring to one life are so saddening. It often goes from wasting precious time to the loss of life. Regardless, addiction is not only aContinue reading “Addictions: Is There a Way Out?”
Transitional Periods Should Be a Time of Rest and Peaceful Waters
Transition is as faithful as God is faithful. If there is no transition then there is no growth, gain in wisdom, or gain in strength. I often call them new seasons but right now transition seems more appropriate. Taking the emotion out of the upheaval is the harder part. We struggle under the pressure ofContinue reading “Transitional Periods Should Be a Time of Rest and Peaceful Waters”
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