Choose the Good Portion

Everyone feels the oppressive atmosphere of an uncertain and prolonged future battling Covid-19. We watch in horror the ripening Civil Rights unrest, which expanded from American to global protests. We witness the maltreatment of refugees, natural disasters overtaking the West and South, and we have a formula for one very exhausting world. Many oddities haveContinue reading “Choose the Good Portion”

Mourn with Those Who Mourn

A brilliant friend of mine who happens to have the same name as me, said (more or less), ‘You can feel close to God when you’re stressed, tired, or distracted. Sometimes, I think people don’t realize that the times when we feel we can’t “fit” Jesus into our lives are the times we need himContinue reading “Mourn with Those Who Mourn”