An Unexpected Gift

Mysterious guests arrive at Mamaw’s house every year on Christmas Eve.  The men and women usually stay on the outskirts of the family conversation.   They are quiet observers of all the excitement the season stirs up.  People call it hospitality in the South.  And it is fast becoming a lost tradition.  But every child born in ourContinue reading “An Unexpected Gift”

Kindness During Rush Hour?

“Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you.” Ephesians 4: 32 (ESV) Is it unrealistic to expect kindness during rush hour? What does kindness even look like on our early morning commutes to work, school, or medical visits? If I am intentional about looking  for it, what willContinue reading “Kindness During Rush Hour?”