It’s been a challenging couple of days, and then this came. I was honored to baptize this cute little munchkin […]
Minute of Grace
Welcome to today and a minute of Grace! We walk through life sometimes together, sometimes alone, and always in the presence of the Holy, the one I call God. Check back every Wednesday evening for your next Minute of Grace.
I have a sign on my door that says “Grace Changes Everything.” It’s not really meant to be hung on […]
Did you always know what you wanted to do in life? If you are an educator, did you dream about […]
Psalm 46 God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though […]
Life is nothing if not surprising and interesting. I started in the desert southwest last week for a bit of […]
A week ago I was invited to an “ask the pastor” time with our Grace United Methodist Youth or GUMY […]
My Thursday morning study group is reading, reflecting, and ruminating on Bishop Tutu and his daughter, Rev. Dr. Mpho Tutu’s […]
I came walking into the office a couple days ago with these two items in my hands. I sorta don’t […]
Our new United Methodist Calendar and Workbooks came in a couple weeks ago. It’s always the beginning of October when […]
It was shared in our staff meeting yesterday that companies across the United States are dealing with more toxicity in the workplace environment than ever before because of divisive conversations happening. These are not primarily conversations around work-related issues and disagreement around how things are or are not being done. Rather they are non-work-related conversations relating to politics. The result of the increasing toxicity in these environments are causing companies to lose employees, efficient work time, and finally having a negative effect on the bottom-line to an estimated point of $223 billion.
What are the moments over your years that have made life-changing differences? A crossroads the required a choice that once […]
“Don’t you know that day dawns after night, showers displace drought, and spring and summer follow winter? Then have hope, […]