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The Amy Cooper Apology: Stop Saying “I’m Sorry” and Repent

I first fell in love with words when I was seven years old. I still passionately love words today. To speak them, write them, or read them— centers me in the presence of God. Words are powerful. They can invoke pride, fear, comfort and chaos. That's why when I saw the video of Amy Cooper… Continue reading The Amy Cooper Apology: Stop Saying “I’m Sorry” and Repent

Purpose, TYC Living

5 Identity Tools: Know Who You Are and Believe It

For a deeper exploration of this content, subscribe to this week's devotional newsletter. I'm all about conflict that produces positive results. If the process gets contentious, I'm okay with that. In my humble opinion, the end always justifies the means. It's the part of my identity that took a while to accept. Once I discovered… Continue reading 5 Identity Tools: Know Who You Are and Believe It

Entertainment, TYC World

4 Things I Love About Jesus…and Michael Jordan

Photo: CBS sports Christians can learn something from Kobe Bryant. In the same way that Kobe followed Michael Jordan's philosophy in basketball, Christians might use the same model to follow the teachings of Jesus. Kobe exhausted Jordan with constant calls at all hours of the night. Likewise, we should pray without ceasing to understand God's… Continue reading 4 Things I Love About Jesus…and Michael Jordan

Family/Relationships

A Complicated Mother’s Day

Sheltering in place has been a tremendous source of "mommy guilt" for many mothers of adult children not living at home. I've had numerous conversations in my "mom" groups about how hard it is to keep a safe "social distance" from our adult children. As a rule, they can't come visit. If they do, gloves,… Continue reading A Complicated Mother’s Day

TYC World

We Have Rights

A deeper exploration of this content appears in the weekly devotional newsletter. While fraud within the Paycheck Protection Program was inevitable, many large profitable businesses legally qualified for federal funds based on the criteria, e.g., the LA Lakers. Since my family isn't in financial hardship during COVID 19, my husband and I agreed that I would… Continue reading We Have Rights

TYC World

Bad Guys Win Sometimes

A deeper exploration of this content appears in the weekly devotional newsletter. Weeks ago I made a joke on my Instagram that, with COVID 19, it feels like these weapons formed against us seem to be prospering a lil' bit.  As I lean heavily on my faith and the Isaiah 54:17 promise that no weapon… Continue reading Bad Guys Win Sometimes

TYC Living

Week 4 and My Closet is Still A Mess

Tomorrow I will close out my fourth week of sheltering in place and I've only been away from home once. Usually, I open the outdoor kitchen around mid-March, but yesterday was my first day firing up the grill. I did spend a couple of days lying in the sun for some much needed vitamin D… Continue reading Week 4 and My Closet is Still A Mess