New Years and Resolutions – Do You Make Them?

The start of a new year is like an odometer rolling to the next ten thousand mile marker. There’s a big number followed by a slew of zeroes, and you don’t know where you will travel before the next rollover. … Continue reading

A Story from Savannah: Where Legacy and Tradition Fell Short

For nearly three hundred years, Christians have met for worship at a church on the eastern side of Johnson Square in Savannah, Georgia. Known today as Christ Church Episcopal, the church’s lineage is a long and illustrious one filled with … Continue reading

Walking in the Apostle Paul’s Footsteps in Greece

For two weeks I walked on the same Roman roads where Paul walked, cruised the Aegean Sea where Paul sailed, and island-hopped to the locations I normally skim over when reading the book of Acts. For two weeks I followed the … Continue reading

Heading South – Putting Things in Context

I’m a Yankee and a Midwesterner with a bucket list notation – “get to know the South”.  So when we were planning a couple’s getaway weekend in January, I proposed going to a southern state I’d never visited before.  We … Continue reading