Place can become a part of you as much as some people do. We have relationships with places just as we do with people. Let's not underestimate the sadness that comes with the loss of place. The death of something is always a part of a transition. So is the joy and struggle of new life. God remains Lord, even during times of transition when a part of you dies.
Be patient with yourself. Give yourself time. If you aren't doing okay at the moment, don't tell yourself that you aren't doing good enough, or that you're not being a good follower of Jesus. Give yourself some grace, and be kind to yourself.
Grace is less of an abstract concept than sometimes I would like it to be. When it stays abstract we can still think we are in control our perfection. When it isn't abstract anymore it continuously hits us like massive smooch on your cheek that leaves a lipstick stain that we just can't manage to get off! Grace... Continue Reading →
Recently I caught up with a relative of mine and it left me wondering; to help a person best is it better to share the wisdom you have with them, or to listen to them as they decipher what they know to find solutions to their issues. You're probably thinking, 'it depends on the... Continue Reading →