We live in a disposable culture. If it’s broken – toss it. If it’s bruised- get rid of it. When things are blemished or appear to be “useless”, our instinct is to just dispose of it. It’s human nature. We do this with friendships after a fight or disagreement, with spouses when hard times hit … More Useful.
I am doing the Armor of God bible study with a close friend. It is SO good. (But would we ever expect anything less from Priscilla?) We read scripture and analyze the enemies strategies in week one. Outlining who the enemy is and what he’s up to in our lives. Truthfully- when working through it … More Disarm me with Despair
Kindness is simple. There is nothing complex about it. It should just be who we are and what we do. But instead, we add in our own determinants. We dole it out based on merit or worthiness. We decide that if they treated us this way then we don’t have to be kind. If they could … More The Simplicity of Kindness
My heart is so broken over the events of this week. Horrific killings that just don’t make sense. We weren’t created to witness someone taking their last breath on camera. We were not created to watch officers protecting protesters fall to their deaths. We were not created to listen to a four year old comfort … More Let’s Pray
A few months ago I woke up and headed out to Oak Park to take a walk with my mentor. For those of you not from the Chi-town area…thats about a 20 minute train ride away! Its a straight shot. super easy. At one point though, the train stops and the conductor said we … More This is Who I Am.