I have touched insanity a few times in my life, and each time it was because I believed the lie that there were no consequences for my choices.
Posted Sep. 17,2015 by | 5 Comments
Most of us don’t even realize that we are living in the consequences produced by our own unforgiveness and bitterness.
Posted Sep. 16,2015 by | 6 Comments
Blinded by the darkness, I walked around stabbing people left and right while believing myself to be a pitiably wounded creature in need of defense.
Posted Apr. 3,2015 by | 6 Comments
Jeremiah is a wonderful picture of what God wants us to do with our pain, frustration, doubt and anger.
Posted Apr. 1,2015 by | 5 Comments
I’m awfully quick to write someone off for the unforgivable crime of being a fallen stinker.
Posted Aug. 20,2014 by | 7 Comments
Every taunt, every manipulation, every violation, every domination—they “meant evil against me, but God meant it for good.”
Posted Jul. 9,2014 by | 2 Comments
Until I began to forgive, I was enslaved to the pain of each wound, and more importantly, to the ones who wounded me.
Posted Jun. 13,2014 by | 2 Comments
Sometimes I forget that this world is at war, and peace is the anomaly, not fighting.
Posted Jun. 10,2014 by | 7 Comments
When I speak now in defense of the Light, I speak as someone who used to hate it unapologetically.
Posted Apr. 28,2014 by | 7 Comments
God came and confronted my bitterness with an ultimatum: “You are either going to live for Me, or I am going to take you out!”
Posted Mar. 20,2014 by | 8 Comments
If life was a corridor and I was looking back down my hall, one of my through-lines would be my question, “Where are You, God?”
Posted Mar. 18,2014 by | 9 Comments
If you don’t make peace with your story, then you aren’t you.
Posted Jun. 14,2013 by | 4 Comments