Going Forward

Going Forward

In August, I attended my first tournament in over a year. The time in NYC and onsite with players at the US Open was a time of reconnecting and remembering why the LORD called me to this ministry in the first place. We all need to be loved for who we are, not what we...
Women in Ministry: Reflections on Wrong Presuppositions

Women in Ministry: Reflections on Wrong Presuppositions

None of us come to a conversation clean. By clean I mean without assumptions. Assumptions are a necessary part of normal communication. But when our assumptions (or presuppositions) are wrong, then we can end up on the wrong side of the truth. Which is definitely not where I wanted to be on the issue of women in ministry.

Jesus loves me, this I know

Jesus loves me, this I know

Jesus loves me, this I know For the Bible tells me so. A lyric of a children’s song. A lyric that Karl Barth said summarized his whole life’s work in theology. Jesus loves me… How do we know? Reason? Answered prayers? Unanswered prayers? Church traditions? Jesus loves...
What does the world owe you?

What does the world owe you?

We’ve all met this person. They have no regrets. They’re never wrong. They never say they’re sorry. It’s somehow always the other person’s fault. Whether this person realizes it or not, they think and live as if the world is their oyster and whatever pearl is to be...