In my last post, we ended by contemplating some probing questions about our identity. Soul-searching inquiries like: Who Am I and Where do I fit into God’s cosmic plan? We also observed how often the enigma of who we are seems to slide in and out of focus, like a child’s cardboard kaleidoscope. Not exactlyContinue reading “Kaleidoscope (pt 2)”
Category Archives: Holiness
The robin’s egg blue bedroom at my grandmother’s house holds some magical childhood memories for me. Among these cherished treasures are a peanut, a maiden, and a puzzle of sorts. The peanut was a green Mr. Peanut piggy bank– my special coin jar to collect my secret stash of bubble gum money. The porcelain maidenContinue reading “Kaleidoscope”
We all want it. Sometimes we find it hard to give. But the truth is, we all need it. We are imperfect flawed human beings who will hurt others–sometimes intentionally and sometimes quite inadvertently. We tend to view things from our own point of view and have trouble seeing through other lenses. That is whatContinue reading “Forgiveness”
Easter is Alive and Well!
Amidst speculation that Easter, this year, might be canceled, those who know our Saviour chuckle at the thought of such an impossibility. Easter be canceled? Umm… no. Not possible. Our God is the God of the impossible and since on Easter He overcame Death, I don’t think a little coronavirus global pandemic is going toContinue reading “Easter is Alive and Well!”