If I Were Living For Anyone But Him

I got sick this week. I forgot how bad it feels to be sick. How hard it is to remain optimistic and gracious. How difficult to not pity yourself and shut others out. I almost didn’t make it to church today. I was sitting in front of my computer, eating breakfast, reading the news, looking though […]

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Unshakable

Sometimes I feel like I’m living a semi-charmed life here in Korea. OneRepublic’s “Good Life” captures pretty well the carefree feeling I often have. I don’t know exactly what the future holds, but I can’t help feeling upbeat about it. This past week, however, I felt something quite different: Deep loneliness. Sometimes I feel lonely when […]

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The Lion King: The Power of Identity

The Lion King is one of my favorite movies of all time. I always found its themes of identity, shame, and destiny to be powerfully moving as a kid, and I find them no less so now that I am an adult. Love this clip from the movie: As Rafiki says, The question is: Who are you? […]

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Prayer Tunnel: The Wonder of Divine Love

Some experiences in life are too powerful and intimate to be captured with words. I had such an experience last night. Even though I know words will fail me, I feel compelled to share. How can I keep from testifying to what God has done? This week I’ve been entertaining some crazy thoughts and wild ideas: Could I live…

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Church in Korea: Like Coming Home

One of the secret reasons I wanted to come back to Korea was because of the experience I had at a church here back in 2009. I felt like I could grow a lot spiritually from being a part of this church for a more extended time. This morning, as I prepared to return to […]

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