The pain and dysfunction from a single pebble of betrayal can ripple across families for years. I just spent the last two months reeling in angst while binge watching five seasons of "The Affair" on Showtime. While most affairs land couples at the base of a giant mountain to rebuild trust and rise to forgiveness,… Continue reading Now That The Affair is Over
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.
1 Corinthians 13 is one of the most quoted love poems ever. Most importantly it reminds us that love never fails. I know. I know. Right now you are thinking about that person you loved dearly and it all fell apart. You're thinking about the pain of your failed marriage. Love never fails. However, relationships… Continue reading Love Never Fails. Relationships Do.
Life Coach and Christian Lifestyle Personality, Kamryn Adams, says it's ok to be mad at God with the holiday blues. Find out why...
The Four Loves by CS Lewis is an exploration of the nature of love. The author, one of my favorites, CS Lewis, breaks down love into four categories: affection, friendship, eros, and charity. He examines the joys, pains and complexities of each. Lewis begins the book by using an overarching designation among loves as "need love"… Continue reading Book Review: The Four Loves (CS Lewis)