Powerlessness and the walk

Another Easter come and gone. The rain quit long enough for eggs to be hunted and for chocolates to be enjoyed. Attended a different fellowship for family reasons, and got reminded why I appreciate a smaller and somewhat quieter Sunday experience, but to each his or her own. The rain has returned just in time… Continue reading Powerlessness and the walk

The Road of Authenticity

Listening to a pod cast this week, and a phrase stuck out to me. Integrity is not perfection, it is authenticity. The speaker went on to say that many times we use the excuse that nobody’s perfect as a cop-out. It becomes a way to shrug-off a conviction to progress toward God’s plan of clean… Continue reading The Road of Authenticity

Independent powerlessness

I was a pretty independent kid growing up. It just happens that way when you are raised in an addict household. I learned to fend for myself in the material realm, but emotionally it was a different story. I was probably one of the more insecure and fearful persons you would have ever met. When… Continue reading Independent powerlessness

Willing faithfulness

It was so warm today. Unseasonably so. But, again, I am not complaining, because it means our heating bill stays low, and I don't have to wear gloves (yet). Right now, I am in the midst in my first online movie "binge", watching several episodes of a historically-based miniseries where the main character has lost… Continue reading Willing faithfulness