The video below from August of 2008 isn’t something I’m sharing just to draw out your emotions, even though it definitely will. I’m posting it because there is a great message here about how our faith isn’t always free of the “whys” in life. I’ll be sharing more in future posts about my faith journey recently and some of my own struggles, but for now watch and hear how one family learned that faith is living with the questions we have, and that death doesn’t have to be the end. Instead we can grieve with hope.
That title is almost a cliche, it is asked and mused over so often. But just know this: God doesn’t like rotten things anymore than you; in fact, He hates them even more than we do. Clergy sexual abuse Murder Adultery Selfishness Broken families Illness Child abuse This list could go on, obviously… I don’t […]
Blessings arrive in unexpected packages – in my case, cancer. Those of us with potentially fatal diseases – and there are millions in America today – find ourselves in the odd position of coping with our mortality while trying to fathom God’s will. Although it would be the height of presumption to declare with […]