Paying the Price

*NOTE: This is a re-post of an earlier entry, originally published on Memorial Day two years ago. And even though many of us can't "go" to church, we can worship online, and the same principles still apply. Today, we set aside a national holiday to remember all those who have died either while serving our … Continue reading Paying the Price

Worship On the Other Side of the Screen

As we continue to navigate this new, coronavirus-initiated, shelter-in-place world, many of us are attending worship services online. While this new method of 'gathering' in front of a computer or television screen for worship via livestream, Facebook Live, YouTube and other platforms certainly has its challenges, I thought I would give you a peek at … Continue reading Worship On the Other Side of the Screen

Ink

I have tattoos. Two of them, actually. Ink is not for everyone, though it has certainly become far more mainstream to get tattoos, and lots of them, for that matter. Some people have very strong opinions on tattooing - whether or not it's attractive, whether it makes a difference if you're male or female, what … Continue reading Ink