Lessons from my marriage: Three practices to build compassion when we disagree

Photo by Tim Douglas on Pexels.com I listened to Ashley Hales podcast, Finding Holy, the other day. Tish Warren Harrison, the guest, shared her desire to help the Church find a way, "...between capitulation and combativeness," in relating to those who see the world differently than they do. I'm always drawn to discussions about how … Continue reading Lessons from my marriage: Three practices to build compassion when we disagree

The Mother of Moses: Preaching my essay to myself this morning

This is the second week of high school for my two fast-becoming-men sons. I dropped them off feeling that familiar threat, "They're never going to believe you Sheila. They're never going to love Jesus." ¬†That voice of accusation, lies and hopelessness that likes to try and tempt me to give up. ¬†Whatever that means. But … Continue reading The Mother of Moses: Preaching my essay to myself this morning