Eyeing the sugary variety before me, I would survey all the confections in the glass cases. Lush caramels speckled with almonds. Sugar-coated pastel dots of licorice.
Our first president, George Washington, was born on February 22. Abraham Lincoln, another iconic president, was also born mid-February.
During my first year in college, my friend Suzanne and I used to sit in her room and encourage ourselves with Paul’s words on singleness (oddly, from the King James): “Art thou free of a husband? Seek not a husband!”
A few years ago, when I was preparing to lead a Bible study on the fruit of the Spirit, I started by going through each one to try to recall what I had learned or read about it before.
Next week Lent begins!
“That’s great,” you may be saying, “but what exactly is Lent?”
I wanted to be the nicest person in the world.
I had a significant encounter with the police on a college campus several years ago. It challenged the way I view race, power, and the importance of being present.
In fourth grade, I read a book called something like The Junk Food Encyclopedia. And I enjoyed it. I even stopped eating Cheetos (at least for a while).
Years ago I heard a preacher say these words: “Patience is a virtue, and a virtue can’t hurt you.”
I am insecure about biscuits. You know—those little, crumbly, sweet cookies British people eat with tea.
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