Tag Archives: Oswald Chambers

March 26

Game Changer

Banksy is an English-based street artist who uses creative, unconventional, and satirical images to make political and social commentary. You never know when or where one of his works is going show up, but when it does, it creates quite a stir and is instantly famous. This particular work of his made headlines. On March […]

September 24

What Does It Mean?

At my church, I asked people to ponder the term, “Christian,” and whether it was used as an adjective or a noun in their life. I then invited them to respond to the question: “What does it mean to you to follow Christ?” Here are some of the responses I received: “Since you invited your […]

April 19

Weakness or Strength?

Today is “Good” Friday. Everyone always questions why it is called “good” since it is the day that our Lord was killed. I suppose you could say it is good because what appears to be a moment of defeat is really a moment of victory. Oswald Chambers says, “The greatest note of triumph ever sounded […]

January 06

What the Heck?

Last summer while in Vienna, my husband and I went to the Belvedere Museum. Off to one side, I spotted a room that immediately sparked my interest. I couldn’t help being drawn into this round room that held 60 or so busts by sculptor Franz Xaver Messerschmidt. Each bust’s facial expression looked as if they […]

January 01

Stepping into the New Year

As much as I love decorating the house for Christmas, I also love when I take everything down. It’s not so much the “taking down” part, because that is a lot of work. Instead it is the “getting everything back in order” part that appeals to me. I do a deep clean of sorts and […]

June 04

Being Christian 3

Part three of three I ended my last post saying that one should come to Christianity because it is true. That comes across a little arrogant, I suppose. I recently listened to an excellent talk by Mark Meynell from All Souls church in London (link below). He talks about how arrogance and religion seem to go […]

May 24

Not so sure

It’s that time of year when a lot of people are making a life transition. And that can be a scary thing. When I was a kid, I was certain I was going to be a teacher—until I became a graphic designer. When I was in high school, I was certain I would play basketball in […]