August 23, 2019

I find it difficult to believe that over two months have passed since I last wrote. I also find it amazing that God had begun to take me to a place where refilling my Grace Jar--a place where previously used grace was not enough--began only shortly before my world turn...

June 24, 2019

I was six when I graduated to a two-wheeler without training wheels. I cannot remember if my parents bought the rusted 1960 bicycle that had belonged to someone else before me for my birthday or for Christmas, but I believe it was for my birthday. Daddy took it apart,...

June 11, 2019

I am my own worst enemy. My mind, specifically. It runs

100 miles an hour, even when I'm asleep. You may think this is because I'm a writer. An artist, if you will. And artists and writerly people have minds that simply never stop. After all, I can't go anywhere withou...

June 2, 2019

Kindness. Remember that? Unlike grace, it is  one of the fruits of the Spirit. 

Kindness, I have discovered, is easy to give, but often forgotten. We get so busy, don't we? Too busy, in fact.

Just the other day I watched an inspirational video in which Rick Warren s...

May 15, 2019

The Grace Jar is not an actual jar. The Grace Jar, I have come to learn, is a metaphor for the grace that naturally dwells within me. 

I hear it a lot, that notion that I have been infused somehow with a lot of grace. Grace to give. Grace to share. Grace to dole out at...

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