Is self-importance killing your soul?
Posted on February 23, 2015 Leave a Comment
“If your soul is unhealthy, you can’t help anyone.” Dallas Willard I am currently reading John Ortberg’s, Soul Keeping: Caring for the most important part of you. Somewhere along the line, John wrote a few sentences on how self-importance can kill the soul. These words had more impact on me then the entire book. Sometimes […]
What’s Under Your Couch?
Posted on October 28, 2013 7 Comments
I admit it, I like a clean house. Okay, maybe worse than that. If you want to call putting someone’s glass in the dishwasher before they had a chance to finish drinking it, OBSESSIVE, than go right ahead. I have several excuses for my obsessive behavior. Having a house in order helps me feel in […]
Erasing the Face of Jesus
Posted on June 12, 2013 2 Comments
During my recent visit to Italy, I had the privilege to visit some 33 churches, museums, monasteries, and castles. An amazing world of beauty, creativity, and passion surrounded me but one thing surprised me. I felt an eerie absent of God’s presence in each church we visited. it seemed that the churches we visited had […]
A Feminist and a Gambler
Posted on December 12, 2012 Leave a Comment
My grandmother was a feminist and a gambler. I remember the Christmas I won my first game of BINGO at the local community hall in the small country town where my Grandparents lived. My prize: A Christmas turkey. My Grandmother was so proud; she cooked my “prize” (in addition to the one she had already […]