After my mission trip, I was inspired by the words of Christ. I still did not know why I was born with the congenital cataracts that caused my disability, but I decided that it wasn't the why that mattered. It was what I did with my life.
Sunday morning's liturgy is mirrored in the dance of our daily lives. Throughout our lives, we will experience joys and concerns; however, we can all find hope in the knowledge that all who call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.
True Confession: I love the show Hoarders. But when I tried to clean out my own basement, I found myself in tears. Read to find out how the experience started me on a Lenten journey that brought me closer to Christ.
Tinkerbell is a cute little oddball. She is a small dog with a huge heart and she has taught me so much about what it means to love one another as God loves us.
The Church has a long history of supporting the arts. During the middle ages in Europe, the church was responsible for the education and formation of the people. During a time when the majority of the people lived with the ever looming threat of starvation, the church provided a home and a livelihood for young people… Continue reading Book Clubs: A Christian Tradition
My goal is to see as much of the world as possible before my sight grows completely dim. I am grateful for every day of vision, but even if I lose my sight entirely, I will continue to travel and explore the world in other ways. I know that people who are blind can love travel just as much as sighted people! I do not need to fear the loss of my vision because, "We walk by faith and not by sight."
What is “His Encouragement?” Thursdays are always a really long day of the week for me. Since I’m a pastor, Sunday feels like the natural beginning to my week. By the time I get to Thursday, I am tired and drained. That’s why I’m excited to join with a group of blogging friends in order to… Continue reading How Do We Change the World? One Small Act of Kindness at a Time (His Encouragement #9)
Today (12 January 2019), I had the opportunity to be interviewed by the amazing Win Kelly Charles on her podcast, "Ask Win." Win Kelly Charles is a bestselling author, fashionista, and journalist. I was very honored that Win contacted me and asked if I would like to be interviewed on her show regarding my recent… Continue reading Ask Win: My Interview On this Amazing Podcast #DisabilityAwareness
If you’ve known me for long enough then you know that I absolutely adore reading poetry. It is one of my favourite genres to write and to read, I adore how it makes you feel and how powerful those words on a page can actually be.
Rebecca Holland’s Through My Good Eye is just that – it grabs you and forces you into its orbit. Although quite a short collection, the poems that are within the small chapbook are wonderful. Holland writes with more of a traditional poetic melody that reminds me of poets such as Emily Dickenson and Wilfred Owen. Holland’s writing is quite intricate in nature but is done so in a way that the reader can easily feel and understand the purpose of each poem, the emotional nature of it and that is where Holland’s real talent lay. Before I go any further, I’ll provide you with the synopsis available…
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Hooray! It's time for, "Wordless Wednesday!" For this meme, the blogger simply shares an image without any words; however, because I believe in accessibility, I will provide a caption. That way my friends with low vision will be able to participate as well! Image: A black and white photo of my cat, Zeus. His name… Continue reading Wordless Wednesday: Zeus the Cat