Tag Archive | theology

All Good Things Must Come to an End

All Good Things Must Come to an End

Two years ago I embarked on one of the most life-changing adventures of my life. I was invited to participate in the inaugural Ladies Leadership Training class at our church. My husband had completed Timothy Leadership Training, which was the single best thing to happen to our marriage and family. God took my husband and […]

The Greatest of These

The Greatest of These

I spent last weekend at the annual Realm Makers conference, the writers’ conference dedicated to people of faith who write speculative fiction. Realm Makers was developed in many ways because us lovers of science fiction and fantasy felt as if we had no place in the Christian marketplace. We were in sort of a no-man’s-land […]

Angels are not dead people

Angels are not dead people

In the fellowship hall after my grandmother’s memorial service, Jerry and I were looking at the memory board covered with old family photos. He pointed to a photo of Grandma with my cousin Lisa—Jerry’s wife, who had died a couple of years prior. He said, “There’s two angels for heaven.” I nodded, and said nothing, […]

Tangle Me, Please

Sometimes life just stinks. There’s no other way to put it. It is in-your-face, horrible and heart wrenching. You may be asking why I am telling you what you already know. Go ahead, admit that you think I’m a rambler and let’s move on. I have a point to make here and you’re holding up […]