It’s hard to live out our convictions in an increasingly hostile world – and I’m not only talking about the hostility we see on the news or internet. In our personal, day-to-day lives it’s not uncommon to come face-to-face with intense rejection any time we choose to go against the grain of what is “the norm.”
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-vufjt-b52f2c Turning our attention…
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-34kqb-b449ae It takes work to see a dream come true.
Inside I feel, as I suppose many of us do, the need to be understood and accepted. I easily concur with the above verse from Romans; the only debt I have to others is to love them. However, I want others to love and accept me and my natural tendency is to explain things away to gain approval.
I wrote this in 2015 remembering my mother and wanted to reshare it as I remember my mother this Mother’s
This month in our newsletter from Africa & Beyond, we talk about consequences. They aren’t all bad; in fact, some
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-7u7su-b01ec9 Sometimes it feels like we’re received with a slap in the face.
I still like the bed made and dishes washed and he still likes lists. Maybe I should write him a list about the dishes and bed? Nah, that might be pushing it.
Sharing a short update on the HOT goings-on here in Bujumbura. Click on the link for more. https://shoutout.wix.com/so/04MeWf0vr
Today, I had to step out for a few minutes and the usual run-down of rules had an additional item or two added just in case.