Road Trip!

Or, why I spent twelve hours of the weekend traveling with these little sweethearts: 1. I have a van, and it was going to Omaha anyway. 2. Cousins – I take it as my grandmotherly responsibility to facilitate cousin time at every opportunity. The girl cousins...

People are the Point

I always think of the Book of Romans in the Bible as a great resource for sound doctrine. The apostle Paul outlines the doctrine of the Kingdom in such clear terms in this book. And I love so many of those passages. It is also a heavy book. Deep and many-layered....

Don’t Forget the Bones

 Joseph of the Coat-of-Many-Colors is famous in the Bible for rescuing his family from famine by moving them from Canaan into Egypt. This was a good thing, which eventually went bad. Although they entered Egypt as guests, they eventually became slaves. Joseph saw that...

Still My Valentine

I wanted to write a gushy post his week about the guy who has been my Valentine since 1973. I like the grandfather-version of him even better than I liked the handsome college student who smoked a pipe and wore platform shoes. But I’m feeling much more grateful...

All Roads

I’m not sure why I feel compelled to go all theological on you today. But, I do. I’ve been thinking about the popular All Roads Lead to God theory. People love this theory. If feels like a natural flow,¬† as in All Rivers Lead to the Ocean. (They do.) In a...