Tagged: Christianity

A Secret Spot in the Woods



“Did we move to Seattle and I missed it?”  I had quipped to my wife.  Looking out my window this morning it seemed it had been raining everyday for the past two weeks. Continue reading


Confident Humility


“But when his heart was lifted up and his spirit became so proud that he behaved arrogantly, he was deposed from his royal throne and his glory was taken away from him.”  Daniel 5:20 (NASB)

Like many Christians, for little over a week, I’ve been on a pilgrimage; a spiritual journey into Lent.  Aided by a respite in my studies, and the calm of closing several of my team’s first quarter initiatives at the office, I’ve been angling for time to reflect on the path I’ve chosen as a technical leader. Continue reading

Finding Balance In The Trinity

I discovered this great graphic at christianity.com.

I discovered this great graphic at christianity.com.

Today is Trinity Sunday

If you’re not a member of the Christian community the date probably doesn’t mean much to you; and that’s understandable.  If you are, it likely does-although it may be merely a foot note in the passage of today’s events.  Especially if you’re a believer who doesn’t value, or isn’t compelled to practice regular church attendance. Continue reading

Reconnecting: Sunday Worship


A great image I found at http://www.rockcitychurch.com.

It was great being back in church today.

Having finally shook off the dust of our recent fight with the flu, my family and I finally felt well enough to head back to Sunday Worship. It had been close to a  month since we’d last taken our place  in the pew.  A combination of not feeling up to the task, and not wanting to spread our virus to the other (very grateful hearts) of our church family kept us at bay. Continue reading

A Season of Hope

I found this beautiful pic at anniecoops.com.  2013

I found this beautiful pic at anniecoops.com. 2013

This is a special time of year for me.

It’s a season of remembrance, wonder, and spiritual renewal.   A new beginning that arrives despite the distractions of the secular holiday season.  For me this part of the year always manifest itself as a season of reflection.

This is the season of Advent. Continue reading