This puzzle has been shared around Facebook recently, and I thought it a perfect illustration of what submission to a source looks like. Or, rather what it doesn’t look like. I explain in the video.… Read More The head fills the body.
I am pretty lazy. That might be a bombshell for everyone but my mother and a few sisters. I hide it well. But I notice my lazy streak flaring up in my daughter. She takes the easiest route. She leaves things half done. She does her work as quick as she can (translation: poorly and messy) so… Read More A little confession
This isn’t a Bible post, its a reflection. Beware, lots of CAPS and bolds. Graceful Election Have you ever had a shift of purpose? A time when your actions didn’t change, but YOU did? And then it seems EVERYTHING changes? When I was in college, I had one of these shifts. I was raised a… Read More Women in the Text: Reflections on Submission
In reviewing the history of John Dickonson, this man of strong conscience, I am reminded of myself. How many times have I expressed fierce opposition to those I am teamed up with; either at church, work or home? That is what I do, I disagree! Yet, even though I hold an opinion, can I support an idea I may not concur with? Can I don the uniform and take the risk to fight for a position not my own? I hope I am learning, because this is the core of strong, godly character.… Read More Lessons in Submission on July Fourth
Although a gaming term, wife aggro is provoked by any number of spouse activites: football, golf, smoking, laying around, hanging out with friends, playing video games, even car washing! Any activity she doesn’t like or deem “proper” can become a big red button of rage.… Read More Wife Aggro