What a week in hospital taught me…

What a week in hospital taught me…

It was totally unplanned of course. I guess that’s true for many people unless you are undergoing elective surgery..

  • Faithful

    As I wait for you, maybe I’m made more faithful.

  • Breaking the misperception and misunderstanding cycle

    As someone who was watching from the sides to witness the whole ordeal unveiling, it was clearer to me than to the three involved as to what was happening.

  • [Not] Deconstructing

    I need to preface all of this by stating that I truly, deeply love Jesus with all my heart, am a big fan of the local church, and still identify as Christian. Reserve the panic and stay with me.

  • Hope for the Journey

    There have been many times where I’ve felt exhausted and prayed for God to help me – either by giving me more energy, or by making the situation easier.

  • Vote For Your Neighbour

    Voting season is upon us yet again and with voting season comes the inevitable questions we have of who we should vote for and what we should vote for.

  • Flipped

    Comfort can be so uncomfortable and uncertainty so tiring - would you agree?

  • It is easier

    Lying in bed at 11 pm, the stillness of the dark, turmoil of the soul, loudly screaming “HELP!”

  • Loving God Part 4 – With Strength

    To become strong and healthy, we need a lot of energy.

  • The Choices We Don’t Get

    In our postmodern, technological capitalist societies, life is littered with the opportunity and illusion of choice. We are taught to act upon our individualistic impulses, believing that we not only have the opportunity to define our ultimate destinies, but that we possess the power to manipulate every aspect of our lives.

  • Calamity, chaos and peace

    Media headlines herald the breaking news of catastrophic disasters from around the globe. Meanwhile, homeless people take refuge on city streets begging for compassion. Concurrently, our increasing suicide statistics become dirty secrets swept under policies based on good intent. 

  • Your plans, his purpose

    Do you remember the pick-a-path books many children read all those years ago? You proceeded through the book and read instructions at the bottom of the pages that told you to skip to a particular page number, based on the choice you had made