My Monday Morning Cup | Coronovirus Pandemic Fatigue

I don't know about you, but I'm suffering from serious cornonavirus pandemic fatigue. All the noise, misinformation, disonance and politicization of this pandemic is exhausting. To mask or not to mask seems to be the BIG question. I'm seeing an increase in posts doubting the reality of the crisis with some going as far as … Continue reading My Monday Morning Cup | Coronovirus Pandemic Fatigue

Sunday Prayer

A key figure in early church history, Augustine of Hippo, more commonly known as Saint Augustine, served as the bishop of Hippor Regius in Numidia, Roman North Africa back in the late 4th century and early 5th century. A theologian and philospher, Augustine's writings heavily influenced the development of Western philosophy and Western Christianity. His … Continue reading Sunday Prayer

Turning the Page on the First Half of a Crazy Year

Well. We made it. Half of 2020 is officially behind us. I'm sure, like me, you're uncertain whether to be excited or wary of what the rest of this year brings. It is definetly a time unlike any other that I've experienced in my over half a century walking God's green Earth. Amidst all the … Continue reading Turning the Page on the First Half of a Crazy Year