Goin’ Back to Church

The Church and Her People In the middle of the month of March in 2020, churches everywhere began shifting from in person services to online services due to a virus outbreak worldwide. It is easily one of those moments that everyone can look back on and know that the world shifted in that moment. There … Read more


From the Tree to the Table Transitions are more important than we give them credit for. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. See? That was weird to put those two sentences back to back. Transitions are important, and without them, we often wonder what happened in the space between where something maybe … Read more

A Simple Faith

Simply Living by Faith Simplicity is something that has always attracted me. Maybe that’s because I either see it in Jesus’ life and ministry or because I read it into his story. Or maybe it’s because I often feel limited in what I am able to do, especially with time constraints in the modern world, … Read more

The Kingdom of God

An After-Easter Poem Another Easter come and goneThe worship was beautiful, the sermon inspiring!After this difficult past yearIt was just what we needed–and when we needed it too But as the days continue to tick away,I wonder, “What’s next?”Not because I dislike what we do or when we do itBut because I hear the words … Read more

An Illusion?

The Resurrection This past Sunday, Christians all over the world celebrated Easter Sunday–the resurrection of Jesus three days after he was crucified roughly 2,000 years ago. Think about that. The resurrection of a person from the dead. Jesus is not the only person to be reported to rise from the dead–in fact, Jesus is reported … Read more