learn to do good. Seek justice: help the oppressed; defend the orphan; plead for the widow. – Isaiah 1:17 This morning I intended to write a quiet, contemplative, devotional post in the spirit of Holy Week. But instead I… Read More ›
Here’s the most important thing about my International Women’s Day woman; she has never been defined by the inequities, she has always been defined by the possibilities. Now that is a huge distinction, and it – she – inspire’s me every day!
It is as if the lamp held by Lady Liberty is no longer lifted so high, that the light has dimmed, or that it is partially shaded for many of the tempest-tossed.
The more I think about it, the more I believe there is a strong relationship between the value we place on public education and the value we get from public officials.
Then David’s anger was greatly kindled against the man. He said to Nathan, “As the Lord lives, the man who has done this deserves to die; he shall restore the lamb fourfold, because he did this thing, and because he had… Read More ›
It is fairly impossible to post this morning with a house full with family. I will, however, share this amazing scripture, with one short comment: Always be full of joy in the Lord. I say it again—rejoice! Let your gentleness… Read More ›
This morning I’d like to share the Martin Luther King Jr. quote that I learned in church this weekend. King’s words still resonate, and his thoughts fit so well into our ongoing discussion of the nature of gospel-quality love, that I couldn’t let… Read More ›
First, thanks to those who have checked out the video interview featured in yesterday’s post. My friend Ray’s You-Tube site has registered a few extra hits as a result (if you missed it, check it out here). I’m posting late… Read More ›