Monthly Archives: June 2018

Ask For Help

June 30, 2018

As believers, we often can’t bring ourselves to ask for help. “I’ve got this!” becomes our motto. It’s almost like we see physical and emotional independence as spiritual strengths. Unfortunately, this so-called strength of not needing anyone too often becomes…

United By Love

June 25, 2018

My grandfather was an immigrant. He came to the United States from Denmark by way of Ellis Island and settled in Oxford, Mississippi. There, he met my grandmother. Many things happened to my grandfather in those early days in Mississippi…

Used Not Useless

June 18, 2018

A few months ago I had lunch with a friend. The waitress guided us to a booth by a window. John collapsed onto the bench seat. Outside, the skies were turning dark. Clouds threatened to bring a mid-day rain. John…

Horizon West: Vision and Partnerships

June 2, 2018

On a typical Sunday afternoon, most of us are recovering from a hearty lunch at our favorite restaurant. But in a rural pocket of west Orange County, dozens of cars line the street in a neighborhood that looks more like…