Posts about Wisdom

Honoring Invisible Suffering

Posted by Guest Blogger on February 27, 2020 in Community, Guest Blogger, Unite, Build, Live, Wisdom

I’ve finally figured out how to divide up screen time between my four children. Personal profiles that can be programmed to each of their own preferences were especially helpful. I thought it was a victory, or at least a reasonable option to help quell the fighting, and I wasn’t wrong. The seemingly simple solution did […]

We Wonder As We Wonder

Posted by Guest Blogger on February 20, 2020 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Unite, Build, Live, Wisdom

I have always been curious as to why two people can look at the same majestic sunset and have very different reactions. Is one person more spiritual or more enlightened?  While one person might be moved to tears by the wonder of the view, another might see the pinks and reds splashed in the sky […]

Deconstruction is Not a DIY Project

Posted by Guest Blogger on January 30, 2020 in Community, Faith, Hope, Wisdom

My always-curious daughter noticed a snail on our driveway and asked if I knew where snails find their shells. Thanks to the wonders of Google, I was able to answer her question and learned that snails are born with the ability to grow their own shells. After they hatch, baby snails eat the casing they […]

We Want It Now.

Posted by Guest Blogger on January 16, 2020 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Wisdom

Veruca Salt wanted a golden ticket. In the 1971 timeless classic, “Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory,” we were introduced to a little girl named Veruca. And though she may have appeared innocent and sweet — much like the bars of chocolate she coveted — it took only for her to open her mouth that […]

See Your Way to Hope

Posted by Guest Blogger on January 2, 2020 in Guest Blogger, Hope, Prayer, Wisdom

I sit on the back porch watching my two oldest sons play soccer and giggle boisterously in the backyard below. Like many recent evenings, I am once again not feeling well. I like to fancy myself as a kind of Wonder Woman. (I mean, obviously I’m her doppelgänger and often get confused for her. Happens. […]