Good Friday Reflections

With all the chaos and heartache of the world during this COVID-19 crisis, the significance of Jesus going to the cross to die for us seems more palpable this year. During times like these, we ask questions like, "How could a good and loving Father allow such suffering in the world?" The truth is that… Continue reading Good Friday Reflections

Remember God

“For God has made me fruitful in the land of my affliction." This statement by Joseph (Genesis 41:52) is the epitome of God's work in our lives, isn't it? The soil of our pain and suffering are sure to produce the fruitfulness that God desires, but the story will likely never unfold the way we… Continue reading Remember God

What I’ve Learned This January

Sometimes, progress is an enigma. We've all heard about SMART goals and the notion that strategic goal-setting leads to success. We've learned that our goals should be specific, measurable, achievable, relevant/realistic, and timely/time-bound. I absolutely agree that rubrics like these can be great starting points for developing vision and making progress. This month, however, I've… Continue reading What I’ve Learned This January