“One Blood” by Dr. John Perkins should be required reading for anyone that calls themselves a Christian. It is a wake up call for the American Christian church and the “subject” of race relations.
Don’t let the pain win was the title of the sermon in my head. Then, I thought about Wayne Newton. Why? Read.
A song from the 80’s is still relevant today. That’s what happens when we don’t acknowledge the source of our discontent.
Every January 1, resolutions are easy to make. And, write about. But, come May? Well, that’s different.
To succeed in resolutions or goals, maybe what’s needed is just a simple word: What’s Your Word?
A good meme goes a long way to bringing laughter to the world. But, sometimes those memes go a little too far.
In honor of National Poetry Month, a poem on the choices we face at some point in our life. Will you go, go, go?
Turning 50. Almost empty nest. “Who am I” is the question I am asking, but there might be a better one to ask instead. What’s holding you back?
Distractions. Interruptions. They are not a writer’s best friend. But, they are a part of life. They are a part of my story – today’s narrative.
I’d love to say it was all rainbows and lollipops being on stage or part of a musical department, but I can’t.
As winter fades, the snow melts away here in the Pacific Northwest. And as the snow melts, there are stories to be told by the underneath.
Dignity doesn’t cost anything to give. But, it does cost when taken away.
Generation X. Millennials. Baby Boomers. Although we have been categorized generationally, it doesn’t mean we have to stay there. We can learn from each other’s generations if we’re willing to. Talking to the generations is how we grow.