A Guilt-Free Resolution

We always make new year’s resolutions in January… and about a few weeks into the year, that resolution resolve quickly turns into resolution guilt. Do I hear an amen out there? Unfortunately, I know that cycle only too well.  What if this year, we make new resolutions to not live in guilt nor be motivated by guilt anymore?  What if we decided to live guilt-free lifestyles? Continue reading

A Different Kind of Thanksgiving

This year, I was really looking forward to Thanksgiving and the positive attitude it brings. However, when Thanksgiving week came, I couldn’t connect with the sentiment. I didn’t feel thankful no matter how hard I tried. As it turned out, there is no “Calendar” app for your heart.  You can’t just schedule your heart to feel grateful simply because it’s the 4th Thursday in November.

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Book Recommendation: Free of Charge: Giving and Forgiving in a Culture Stripped of Grace

Thank you for your thoughts and prayers.  After packing and moving 150+ boxes, we have finally settled into our new place!

During packing, I sorted through our book collection for the last few years.  While many books went into the donate/sell pile, I paused when I came across this book:


Free of Charge: Giving and Forgiving in a Culture Stripped of Grace
by Miroslav Volf.


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