When I Weep for Jesus


I have never cried like that. They nailed Jesus to the cross, and I cried. I cried because they shouldn’t have done it. They shouldn’t have beaten him. They shouldn’t have stripped off his clothes. They shouldn’t have crowned him with a crown that cut into his flesh. They shouldn’t have driven the nails through […]

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Wednesday Wrestling: My Faith is a Fish


My last installment of Wednesday Wrestling comes from my friend Mary Evelyn Smith, a blogger whose writing often invites both laughter and contemplation. I always know that a new post from Mary Evelyn will lift my spirits, but mostly what I appreciate is how her authenticity shines through. She always tackles difficult topics with honesty, […]

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Telling Our Stories Out Loud


Today I am guest posting over at Elora Nicole’s place for her series What Women Want. Women want to shed their masks. You know what I’m talking about, right? When you nod and smile but actually you disagree and want to scream. When you apologize for your kids acting up in church when you really […]

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