“For you have died, and your life is hidden with Christ in God.” Colossians 3:3 Dead “For you have died.” This doesn’t exactly seem like good news. Who wants to read their own obituary? Of course, that’s not what he means. I’ll let Paul do his own clarifying by continuing in the context: “For it … Continue reading Dead and Hidden
Teenagers are awesome. No, seriously, I mean that. In my life, I’ve gone from admiring teenagers, to being a teenager, to working with teenagers in some capacity for over a decade now. I love them. Their sense of humor, their enthusiasm, their growth (hopefully) in maturity. Teenagers are great! In the years that I’ve served … Continue reading Want Wisdom?
Like many people, I enjoy reading memoirs and biographies. It’s entertaining to learn what went on behind the scenes of a favorite movie or TV show, to delve into a criminal’s mind, or to investigate what made great men and women of history tick. Whether singers, actors, politicians, serial killers, war heroes, or survivors, subjects … Continue reading A Biography of Humility
I enjoy watching (some) classic Disney movies. Sadly, some that I still think of as new—Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and The Lion King—are now considered classic. (Ahh, 90s Disney! Where have you gone?) But I mean the classic classics, like Robin Hood and Cinderella and, my personal childhood favorite, 101 Dalmatians. Sure, they’re maybe … Continue reading All Means All