The Joy of the Shared Yoke
I grew up in a military family. My father was a Marine pilot so we moved at least every year or two. At one point, we moved 3 times in a 13 month period. And to me this was normal; I had never lived any other way. Growing up, I didn’t really think much about…
A New Creation in Christ
This story depicts the transforming work of God in our graduate’s life as she journeyed from broken, scared and lonely to a new creation in Christ.
Your Right to Choose
Saturday, January 22, 2022, is the 49th anniversary of the landmark decisions of the Supreme Court legalizing abortion at any point in pregnancy, Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton. Since that day over 63 million lives have been sacrificed.
No Daylight to Separate Us
“Sometimes it’s necessary to reteach a thing its loveliness.” Galway Kinnell In his book, “Tattoos on the Heart,” Father Gregory Boyle of Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles writes, “The wrong idea has taken root in the world. And the idea is this: there just might be lives out there that matter less than other lives.”…
Oh How Much Great in the Small
What is it about a tiny baby that reduces a man to a babbling, infantile being spewing gibberish and nonsense like he’s lost his mind? This happens to me daily any time I see one of the four babies living here at Mercy House or whenever I spend time with my five-month-old grandson.