Beware of Christians

Beware of Christians  caught my attention right away on Netflix. This documentary is about four college age young men on a journey through Europe.  It is a five-week journey throughout Europe is to find and live like Jesus. The young men find in each country something to focus on in their interviews.  For example, in Germany, […]

A New year…a new you?

New Year’s Eve is upon us. This is the time of year where everyone is making their resolutions, goals,  and solutions to the new year. You may be thinking: ” This year will be different.” or ” I am a not going to repeat that mistake again this year”. My question to this new year […]

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!

Christmas Season has started.  At least in our home it has. The Christmas tree is up, our presents for the most part are bought and we are ready.  Yes, its only November. Here is the kicker, how many of us are this ready for Christmas? Why do we Celebrate Christmas? For us, it’s the birth […]

What’s fair in life?

“My life is not fair” is the thought that ran across my mind today, Saturday, as my printed would not turn on. As I grumbled that my husband should be home to help me, he should have made sure all of the technology worked in my house before he left me all weekend and that […]

Wood, hay and straw…

I went to bible study Monday night, the question was asked during the lecture: “What is straw, wood and hay in your life?” The question was taken in reference to 1 Corinthians 3:12-15. This passage talks about building our lives on things that can withstand fire. When we are judged at the end of our […]

A week of transition

Well, my last blog talked about how 32 was going to be the year that everything changed. As promised the age of 32 is keeping me on my toes. Good, bad and indifferent. (Okay, not really indifferent, but it sounds good?!)  I had an interview with a local school district for possible opening positions.  In […]

Emotional firefighting

When I was in graduate school to become a counselor the phrase “emotional firefighters” was often told to us as emerging counselors. Emotional firefighting sounds like some new self help book, but what the professors  meant is that we get right into the middle of the fire, people’s pain, and try to put it out.  […]