Freedom’s Ring: Boston Comes Alive

It is ironic to me that I'm writing a Christian fiction novel and I really don't read a lot of Christian fiction.  When I went on the reNEW writers conference, I met a sweet woman who had just published her first novel.  It was so great listening to her story and hearing the journey that … Continue reading Freedom’s Ring: Boston Comes Alive

Trying on New Clothes: You Can’t Go Around It

Transitions are those moments in life that are in between two seasons.  In a lifetime, one has many seasons.  In college, these seasons are packaged tightly into neat packages called semesters.  After college (for me), seasons are more disorganized, and transitions are more drastic. Transitioning from a college student to a...well, a non-college student...has been … Continue reading Trying on New Clothes: You Can’t Go Around It

From Childish to Childlike: The Value of Transitions

Over the past few days, I have been talking about transitioning from childish to childlike.  But what are the benefits of going from childish to childlike?  If our goal is to be spiritually mature, why would we want to explore life as a child? From the time I was seven years old until I was … Continue reading From Childish to Childlike: The Value of Transitions

From Childish to Childlike: Learning to Live in the Light

I posted this in another blog that I have, but I wanted to write it here because I wanted to continue my blog series.  Enjoy! In the famous love chapter of the Bible, the Apostle Paul says that when he became older, he gave up childish things (1 Corinthians 13:11).  This appears to be a … Continue reading From Childish to Childlike: Learning to Live in the Light