Monthly archive for ‘ July, 2016 ’

Looking with Love

26th July 2016 | 0 Comments

Recently I was meeting with a dear friend over coffee and we were sharing what God is teaching us about life and love. The subject of pride came up and how difficult it is to show grace to individuals who don’t think they need it. Immediately a story from Mark 10 came to mind. Jesus […]


From Saturday Reflections to Sunday Revelations

19th July 2016 | 0 Comments

Every time God intervenes with miraculous provision of any sort, it is about more than the physical or material gift; it is an invitation to enter into deeper intimacy with him. This is paraphrased from a message I was listening to as I cleaned house on Saturday. It really stuck with me, and challenged my […]


What Happens in the Middle

15th July 2016 | 0 Comments

We are a culture of the immediate.¬† Certainly we don’t want to wait for anything. Any task undertaken is expected to move at a reasonable (of course what determines reasonable) or we get impatient.¬† Nobody wants to be stuck in the middle. Last week, Marshall and I took a road trip to Canada as a […]


Fight or Flight….or Something Better?

5th July 2016 | 0 Comments

In 1915 a Harvard researcher, named William Cannon, defined the automatic response of our brains to threats, as the Fight or Flight response. Here’s what physically happens, as we encounter¬† a situation that poses a threat: the body releases stress hormones, the muscles tense up and the heart rate increases, as well as the metabolism, […]