For an anniversary, there was surprisingly little nostalgia or remembering. Our single most significant conversation was about our future. Continue reading loving life and letting go
T. S. Eliot observed that we measure out our lives in coffee spoons. Actually, we are more likely to do … Continue reading in defense of meetings
Our marriage easily becomes our idol, the thing we seek more than we seek God. It is even easier for our expectations of our spouse to become an idol, the image in our head of what our spouse should look like or do. Continue reading only a picture
Marriage was always a picture of Christ and the church, of His unconditional, self-sacrificing, sanctifying delight in His people. Continue reading how did Christ love the church?
I reached level 64 today. I’m glad it’s a multiplayer game. It wouldn’t be as much fun or as rewarding if you had to play alone. Continue reading taking it to the next level
We make our own sacrifices and worship our own gods, from materialism to social justice. We have our own talismans, always connected to our human conceit. Continue reading of gods and boxes