Years ago, syndicated advice columnist, Ann Landers offered guidance for free to Americans needing some third-party insight into famial and social problems. And she became a legend in her day — a cultural icon — synonymous with modern-day social experts like Dr. Phil or Dr. Laura. Her popularity grew because her readers applied her suggestions … More Breaking the Devil’s Back On… Jealousy
I am starting a new blog series titled, “Break the Devil’s Back on…” I will give personal and biblical examples of challenging situations that we face in life and offer the tools needed to break the evil power of the situation that holds us captive. Some stay in horrific circumstances because they just don’t have … More Break the Devil’s Back on Sexual Harassment and Abuse
a Ever-Increasing Light Sabbaths, Feasts, and More Marking Jewish Themes with Distinction “If you make a vow to the Lord your God, you shall not delay fulfilling it, for the Lord your God will surely require it of you, and you will be guilty of sin. But if you refrain from vowing, you will not … More Mediocer to Powerfully Effective!
Painting by Liam Rainsford The Flood Yesterday’s burdens weighed you down — too heavy for the long road as they gathered in the corners of your heart. Let the blueness of that wound you bear today become a scouring tide; let it rise and wash away winter’s broken, brown debris. Let the tears flow, let … More The Flood
Hurricane Harvey, summer of 2017. We are sick of hearing about it, and we are not. It’s heart wrenching and heartwarming at once. On August 22, the wind howled while the black stormy sky dumped 50 inches of rain in the Houston area. Some heeded warnings and “got of of Dodge” in time, while others … More To Safe Haven Inch-by-Inch
Ever-Increasing Light Jewish Sabbaths, Feasts, and More Marking Jewish Themes with Distinction Shavuot Shavuot is the glorious, late spring holiday that falls on Sivan 6th and 7th, seven weeks after Passover when the wheat harvest begins, remembering when the first fruits of the seven species and loaves of bread were presented in the Temple. It … More Remembering a Love Story on Shavuot