Month: June 2017

Don’t Cry over Spilled Milk

June 25, 2017 Romans 6:1b-11 It is true that sometime in our lives we will make mistakes. We are human. We are not perfect. Granted, it does take some people longer to realize that. As children, we learn by making mistakes. How about the… Continue Reading “Don’t Cry over Spilled Milk”

A Review of Radical Spirit by Joan Chittister

Thank you to Englewood Review of Books for the opportunity to review this title. We are a people that search. We search for the things we have lost. We search for the latest and greatest item that will make our life that much easier.… Continue Reading “A Review of Radical Spirit by Joan Chittister”

A Grace Filled Summer

June 18, 2017 Romans 5:1-8 Most of us can probably point to some reading that we have done throughout our lives that have really helped shape us as individuals. It is in these readings that we find direction and even redirection. It may have… Continue Reading “A Grace Filled Summer”

Remember, I am with you

June 11, 2017 Matthew 28:16-20 Do you remember? Do you remember your first kiss? Do you remember the first time you saw your spouse? Do you remember the day your children were born? Do you remember the day they took their first steps? There… Continue Reading “Remember, I am with you”

God With Us!

June 4, 2017 (Pentecost) Acts 2:1-21 What is it that makes you passionate? Is it the love that you have for your children and family? Is it a hobby that keeps you engaged with others? Perhaps it is an issue that is very close… Continue Reading “God With Us!”