In the days after the November 3rd election, I scrolled through my Twitter and Facebook feeds, reading posts from people with crosses, fish symbols and scripture references in their taglines, that left me grieved. They used words like, "go to hell,” held up their Bibles, guns, favored-candidate's flag, and accused other Christians on social media … Continue reading Words, walls, and the winning way of Jesus
I'm not a COVID-19 expert. But I have some thoughts as a nurse and a Christian about what should be driving our decisions during this pandemic.I work as a nurse case manager in a local hospital in Sun City. I also serve on staff with my church as a kids ministry director. I am also … Continue reading What should we do? Advice from a RN for decision making in a pandemic
I have been silent. And this post probably won't exactly be the voice heard round the world. But in a society where social media is the public square I feel like I'm trying to hide in the shadows if I don't speak up even though I know speaking up will most likely get me rejection.I … Continue reading "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter." – Martin Luther King Jr.