It’s that time again, it’s been quite a month. I’m so thankful for how many people wrote honest and challenging posts this month.
There Is No Neutral Ground Here On Saturday, in the middle of the chaos in Charlottesville, Virginia, that began the night before, Erwin Raphael McManus, author and pastor at Mosaic in Los Angeles tweeted, “We cannot unite with hate. We must stand against it. You cannot reason with racism. You must condemn it. The church must lead the way. NOW!”
Hate Is Not Our Theme Song If you think that these wack-a-dos with their swastikas and flags and KKK hoods are a new phenomenon in our country, you are sorely mistaken. They have been waiting in the wings for a very long time. They have been grumbling amongst themselves for decades and generations. They pushed back against the civil rights movement of the 60s and then licked their wounds and watched with hate in their hearts and eyes as black men were given the right to vote and schools were integrated.
Friday Night Sister Wife She is back. There is always a noticeable shift in my husband’s demeanor when he begins seeing her again. Each time it starts the same, slowly. A weeknight meeting here, a weekend away there. But in the blink of an eye the occasional early morning meet up and late night call escalates to every day.
Writing Your Own Story Michelle Discavage “Life does not have to be perfect, and neither do we. The beauty is, God has a plan and a purpose for us all.Life does not have to be perfect, and neither do we. The beauty is, God has a plan and a purpose for us all. ”
Episode 88: No & Yes The Simple Show “Ultimately, I wanted the topic to be relevant to you. I wanted our conversations to be relatable. And then I thought of something. The most tangible way I think we all experience the reality of simplifying life in the day-to-day is how we choose to say yes and no to the things in our life.”