Where Am I?

I had one of those days . . . a catch up day . . .  to figure out where I am with things and what needs to be done. It’s one of my rituals, imperative to live the...
Years ago,  I  walked six miles each morning during a week-long visit in San Diego, meditating on five words from Mark 5: "Don't be afraid; only believe."    After a few mornings of thinking on these words, I stopped and wrote this...
At one time or another, my kids believed something wasn’t fair.  I agreed with them.  Of course, they wanted me to fix the situation rather than agreeing.  But.  They did not understand the point.  
The pathway of life is not always easy.  Being ready for anything is key to managing it well. When all is said and done, this mandates: Practice knowing the presence of God-- Psalm 94:19 tells us developing the awareness of God's...
Note:  TableThink is focusing on the key elements of Holy Week.  Our regularly scheduled features will return on Monday, April 22.  We invite you to join the TableThink community’s intentional daily focus on Christ. This is an incredible week to...
 What does it mean to be "all in" to live Jesus' way?  Matthew 16: 24-26 is a piece of Jesus' conversation explaining the way. Jesus' way frees you and I to make the journey of life without the weight and burden of...
These words are good to underline in Matthew 8 and think on:  Healing. Calm.  Instantly.   Immediately.   We live in a tired time.  It’s hard to think of doing one more thing.   So.  It’s interesting to read about the work of...

The Win

When you get down to it, God is all about the win. God does not fail. God allows us to unleash the power within us to not just sustain but to excel.  The power is higher and greater than...
It's the weekend! Weekends can be challenging when you are waiting for a piece of news or something to happen. Let's face it . . . Waiting is hard, hard, hard.  We want the instant and immediate, even when we know waiting...

Pure Grace

I joined family and friends to celebrate a miracle of new life, an answered prayer. And. As we celebrated, it was clear we had entered a new season of life . . . a time of pure grace . . ....