None Like Him: Infinite and Incomprehensible

There is something about a fresh loaf of artisan sourdough bread that excites my whole family. Making it is both simple and complicated, as ingredients aren’t merely scooped with measuring cups and spoons but are weighed to precision. The more carefully and accurately they are measured, the better the results. And each painstaking minute is … Continue reading None Like Him: Infinite and Incomprehensible

In His Image: Faithful and Patient

I will always remember that car ride. We were a couple years into dealing with infertility and I was travelling to and from the clinic multiple times a week. On this particular day, I was heading home from work a little early to await the dreaded call. I had faced this call about five times … Continue reading In His Image: Faithful and Patient

In His Image: Good and Just

How do you reconcile the goodness of God with such a broken world? I recently wrestled with answering this question. It's not something that I doubt. God’s goodness is something I have personally experienced. But there are plenty of things that I haven't experienced. I don't know what it is to go hungry. I don't … Continue reading In His Image: Good and Just

Seasons of Love: Agape

My family had pets for most of my growing up years. We had a few different ones during that time, but the star of the show was an exuberant and energetic dog named Job. Job was a beautiful golden retriever and yellow lab mix and was as friendly as they come. His high energy would … Continue reading Seasons of Love: Agape