When we do not habitually communicate with one another our friendship changes, our intimacy dwindles. We intentionally make time to connect in order to maintain the closeness of our relationship. Sometimes this is as simple as a text message exchange until we can catch up with one another in deeper conversation. This connectivity is what allows us to freely spill our hearts out to one another. Prayer is like that too. We need, no, we must carve out quiet time each day inviting God into our lives, building a friendship. … Continue readingLead Me: Letting Go and Letting God
friendships are an absolutely beautiful and necessary part of life. In a culture that seems to increasingly isolate ourselves, it is important to remember … Continue readingBook Review: Can We Be Friends?
“Woman, why are you weeping? Whom are you looking for?” asks Jesus of Mary Magdalen at the tomb. How often in my life has Jesus asked this very question of me? Woman, why are you weeping? Grieving is necessary and appropriate. If I have not … Continue readingWoman, Why Are You Weeping?
We are slaves to many things in our daily lives; work, commutes, money, material goods, physical fitness, sex, food, sports and entertainment, …even family life and religion can become our master. I only have to look at what is consuming my mind and my time to identify what or who it is I serve. … Continue readingWho is My Master?
Sometimes I wonder what the world would look like if no one prayed. And then, I thank God for all those who believe in the power of prayer and use it. Right this minute there are cloistered nuns and monks praying for you and for … Continue readingDeliver Us