I have been thinking about the word duty lately. You may think of a soldier defending his country as duty. Upholding the law is a duty. Going to church on Sundays and Holy Days is a duty or obligation. In my eyes, God and country go together, as it should. Many young people have lostContinue reading “Easter Duty”
Third Week of Advent From Darkness to Light During the holy season of Advent, we wait in eager anticipation for Jesus who is the light of the world—light shining in the darkness. (John 8:12; 12:46) We are also that light. Jesus tells us, “You are the light of the world.” (Matthew 5:14) We realize JesusContinue reading “From Darkness to Light”
Abortion. I never knew what a highly divisive topic this would become and how abortion would polarize the nation as Roe v Wade has been overturned today. We knew a decision from the SCOTUS was coming because of it being leaked and what a blessing that the decision came on the day of theContinue reading “Abortion’s Polarizing Effects as Roe v Wade is Overturned Today”
Climbing the Khumbu icefall on the way to Mt. Everest helps us gain perspective on the pitfalls in our lives and how we can avoid falling from God’s grace.
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I know a lot of people are focusing on upbeat and positive things right now to get through this ordeal. I think it’s great to do whatever it takes to keep our sanity. Although, sometimes I think we need to come to some sort of acceptance as to the reality of our changed way ofContinue reading “Walking the Hill of Crosses”
Painting our way closer to Jesus.
I tended not to look at it as a “giving up” but a “honing in.”