Don’t look down

Not just for city skyscrapers…   Some insane elevators from across the globe.  I got dizzy just looking at some of these, although my favorite is the Louvre Elevator in Paris, France — #9

Discontentment assumes much

Early in my mothering “career,” when friends would discuss the guilt they felt for missing work now that they stay home, I listened, but I couldn’t relate.  Maybe it was because my job wasn’t all that fulfilling, but there was nothing I missed about being in the working world.  Sure, I had far less discretionary […]

Wednesday Review – OverDrive

Last week I mentioned that one of the books I “read” in May was an audiobook via my library’s ebook/audiobook lending system. For those unaware, I thought it may be helpful to highlight that today. If you are a member of your local library, you have audiobooks and ebooks at your fingertips via an app […]

Monday, June 13, 2016

Faith:  Fearless women – an article by Desiring God discussing how fearless women advance the Kingdom. Recounting the story of a 24-year-old Christian widow and convert from Islam, author Nik Rapkin offers this: I don’t understand. You are not afraid of anything. My wife and daughters and all the women in my family are afraid of everything. […]

Blame Shifting and a Warping of Morality

Apparently today, all that is needed for acceptable sexual activity between two persons is consent. Numerous universities have instituted official policies that outline the requirement of verbal consent, “Yes,” or “Uh-huh,” or the like, at each stage of a sexual encounter, before progressing further, in order to ensure that the encounter continues to be desired by […]

Wednesday Review – Book Reviews

In the month of May I read a handful of books (still working through the last one), and felt it potentially beneficial to offer some thoughts. The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness by Timothy Keller. I highly recommend this read. It packs a tremendous punch for it’s small size. I can’t picture anyone for whom this book wouldn’t […]