Back in July I posted something on my blog that was a “repost” of a well-written article about what the author, a popular blogger and pastor, would do if he found out one of his kids were gay. While I agree with his sentiment, and his best intentions to model love to his children, I … More The Messiness of Parenting (The Messiness of Love)
It’s been so long since I’ve posted anything new that I honestly forgot about how to log in to wordpress.com on my computer. But it’s time to get back into the swing of things. I’ve chosen to write today because I’m really happy! The latest issue of Worship Leader magazine just arrived in my mailbox … More It’s about time!
With all the “Happy New Year” wishes, I think this poem by Naomi Shihab Nye, called “So Much Happiness” has a place in the conversation. For me it has been a decade of “not much happiness.” In fact, as I write this post sitting in my sister-in-law’s house in Salina, Kansas, I can’t help but … More So Much Happiness
I have a huge burden on my heart. I’ve got to share this story with you as it is very personal and very meaningful. Thank you very much for taking time out of your busy schedule and reading this with an open mind and heart. Here it goes… I had a dream two nights ago. … More The Kiss of God
Hello readers! Adam, a very dear friend, asked me to share my story as a guest blogger for “Graphic Grace”. What an honor! I was a bit taken back, as I am blessed in so many ways. Until I was asked, I didn’t know I had a story to tell. But I’ll give it a … More Guest Post – Jenny Jordan
Many thanks to Sarah Moon, author of the blog “Ponderings of a Christian Skeptic: Thoughts about God, the Church, and the adventure that is life.” I found Sarah by reading one of her comments on someone’s blog. She was witty and her sarcasm came across perfectly. I had to read more of her stuff! After … More Guest Post – Sarah Moon
Good morning everyone! It’s a new day and it’s time to start something new here at Graphic Grace. I absolutely loved having Jen Manly write a guest post a couple months ago. It is my desire to provide a safe place for people to tell their stories so that others may benefit and feel like … More Mondays on Graphic Grace