Grace

Unearned Blessings

On April 13 I said I would continue commenting on grace. More specifically, how we can see God’s grace in all circumstances if we search

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Update on The Chase

This morning is a progress report on the novel that Mario Busacca and I have written, called The Chase. We spoke to our editor yesterday

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The Path to God is Often Paved with Food

The lessons he taught took a long time to stick with me. Years, in fact. But he was patient. He knew that my path to God was different from his and that he only played one part; the part that allowed my skeptical and critical nature to push back, to ask questions and to process in my own time and way.

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Gratitude

Power in Belief

There is power in our belief system. Last post I talked about entitlement as the enemy of gratitude. “I deserved better treatment.” “They owed me

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Gratitude

Life is not fair.

April 7, 2020 was the day a dear friend died. I will call her “Susie”. She was leaving for her teaching position that morning but

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Grace

The Power of a Promise

“But we have always done it this way.”  Some people believe that those who say these words are resistant to change.  I’m not sure.  I personally do not

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Grace

Holy Week

🌴Palm Sunday, 🍷🍞Maundy Thursday, ✝Good Friday, ✝Resurrection Sunday. Each day/event is worthy of serious examination and prayers of thanksgiving for all that transpired. Today I

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A mission in community

It is Friday. Not just Friday, but Good Friday. This post is about the “good” things happening with the direction God has been taking me.

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The Gaze and the Glance

Before I moved to the Detroit suburbs in fifth grade, my family attended an Anglican church in downtown Detroit. A young couple in the church

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