Biographical Sketching · Sanctification

Confession: Calling out Racism Starts with Self-Evaluation (Part 1)

I've experienced "racism" in the church throughout the 14 years of my saved life. I've heard derogatory comments from pulpits and pews. I won't deny the gamut of emotions that overwhelm me when seeing and hearing church people act in ways contrary to our Biblical directives to let love be without hypocrisy. Abhor what is… Continue reading Confession: Calling out Racism Starts with Self-Evaluation (Part 1)

Contentment · Family Updates · Missional Life · Sanctification · Trusting God

Waiting, Fear, Making Home, and Making Bread

This comes from our Family on Mission section. (see above) We really don't have much normalcy in our day yet. We found a teeny tiny apartment in Long Beach, no, not close to the beach, but rather to our church plant target area in North Long Beach, but not quite. Even though I love that… Continue reading Waiting, Fear, Making Home, and Making Bread

Book Review · Contentment · Sanctification

Spiritual Miser and Discovering Indelible Grace

I am currently leading a Bible study on Wendy Alsup's,    By His Wounds You are Healed: How the Message of Ephesians Transforms a Woman's Identity.   In my reading this morning I came across the term "spiritual miser".  Miser - The definition of the word miser is "a person who hoards wealth and spends… Continue reading Spiritual Miser and Discovering Indelible Grace