We're created to be fear-less. read more »


What does it mean to be fear-ful? read more »

Fear in Grief

Fear is insidious, especially in grief. read more »

Healing from Grief

Is there healing from grief? Do we ever really recover from grief? read more »

How Long Does Grief Last?

Grief is many things, but it is not an on-demand experience. read more »

Grief Delayed

When tragedies and disasterst cause the death of a loved one and destroy our home and belongings, our physical circumstances may allow little time to do the emotional and spiritual work of grief. read more »


Earth Day, Arbor Day, yet another wedding Anniversary - the occasions of April that, for me, are heavy laden with beauty, joy, and sorrow. read more »

Collective Grief

When an entire community is stunned and shocked by large-scale loss, most recently the explosion of a fertilizer plant in West, Texas, a kind of collective grief envelops everyone touched by the tragedy. read more »

Where is God?

When an act of random violence kills innocent people, wounds and maims dozens of others, and brings an entire city to its knees, there are only questions - who did this, why, how? read more »

Speed Grieving

One of the anomalies of grief is that it will not be rushed. read more »

Green Leaves

When we grieve, subliminally we constantly assess the parameters of our trust. read more »

Hidden in Plain Sight

Sometimes I’m struck by certain scriptures that give us a better, deeper insight into the nature of God. read more »


The rhythm of the seasons is part of God’s order in the world. read more »


On remembrance days, we are easily engulfed by a tidal wave of emotions, as often our grief is renewed and revisited. read more »

Strong and True

Easter is a tender time when we’re grieving the death of one we love. read more »

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