The Netflix show, Comedians in Cars Having Coffee with Jerry Seinfeld is my newest treadmill obsession. It’s a great show with really good insights from some of my favorite people...and it’s funny. Really funny. Consequently, it’s my inspiration for this post. I had the marvelous experience attending this year’s BlogHer Creators Summit in Brooklyn sponsored… Continue reading Christians on Keto at Conferences: My experience at BlogHer 2019
Kamryn talks about the upcoming season of the Honey and Onion podcast.
Once upon a time, reading the Gospels I saw Jesus in a new and powerful way. He was no longer a storybook character in a cradle or on a cross. He became a real life example of how to live and move and have my being. Jesus, I still love as much as the day… Continue reading TYC Rant: I’m embarrassed to be an American Christian.
Being a Christian means you believe that Jesus is Lord and you believe God raised him from the dead. Being a good Christian, on the other hand, means so much more. If you've spent any time around the church, you have surely heard all the different rules and regulations for being Christian. Some of these rules are… Continue reading Love Rules.
It happened on a wonderful trip with my girlfriends to the red rock mountains of Sedona. Gathered in a circle at Cathedral Rock, we prayed hand in hand when a skin penetrating predator struck my heel. I shook my foot a bit to take the sting away and kept praying. The next morning I sat… Continue reading Bruised Heels and All
We have this terrible habit of slapping labels on people, things, and experiences. We forget that everything and everyone was created by God and has the ability to give Him glory. Nothing is "bad" in and of itself. A pencil can be used to write a wonderful letter of apology or it can be used… Continue reading Are You A Label Maker?
I'm not sure where the notion came from, but many people are under the impression that Christian life is supposed to be void of all trouble and disappointment. There is nothing in the Bible that supports this. In fact, Jesus made it clear that Christian life is hard. Contextually, living for Jesus is compressed and… Continue reading The Sweet Spot
Jesus replied, "My mother and my brothers are those who hear God's word and obey it." - Luke 8:21 NLT Let's face it. No family is perfect. Not the Obamas, the Bush family, the Kennedys, nor yours. Families are made of imperfect people that did not choose one another. Parents choose to have children, but… Continue reading Who Are Your People?
Does the Bible contradict itself? 1 Corinthians 6:10 says that drunkards are going to hell, but in John 2, Jesus turned water into wine at a wedding. Was Jesus setting people up to fail? He said in Matthew 15:11 that what we eat and drink don't matter. So...why can't we just eat and drink what we want? Unlike… Continue reading Saints and Summer Cocktails
"They" say Facebook makes people feel bad. There are numerous articles written about the dangers of social media on your emotional health. Here's the thing. FB news feeds only make people emotional when they feel "sumkinda way" about their own lives. So here are some tips to help: #1 Get whole and love your whole… Continue reading 5 Tips (and Scriptures) to Help Survive Your Facebook Newsfeed