Sep 6 – Agape Love

Sep 6 – Agape Love

3:250 – Agape Love #faithbites #faithjourney #NeverStopLearning #NewWord Agape I love learning new words. Sometimes these are words I’ve never heard, other times it’s in a new context. Regardless of where I learned them, I like to look up the definition and share it with others. Today’s word is form our sermon today: Agape. This is from ancient Greek and […]

Aug 31 – Love Is More Important Than Being Right

Aug 31 – Love Is More Important Than Being Right

3:244 – Love Is More Important Than Being Right #faithbites #faithjourney important Setting In the past month, I’ve done better in not reading and commenting on many Facebook posts. I just don’t have the energy to get into the debates when people don’t want to learn, grow, and understand. As we get closer to the election, I see the vitriol […]

Aug 30 – I’m Biased

Aug 30 – I’m Biased

3:243 – I’m Biased #faithbites #faithjourney biased Setting Yesterday I wrote about the passing of Chadwick Boseman and how we often equate value or greatness by the amount of coverage we get when we die or do something “great”. A friend commented and asked if I posted something similar when Carrie Fischer died. (I did some digging and found I […]

Aug 29 – We All Don’t Get News Coverage AND We Are All Important

Aug 29 – We All Don’t Get News Coverage AND We Are All Important

3:242 – We All Don’t Get News Coverage AND We Are All Important #faithbites #faithjourneg news Last night, Chadwick Boseman passed away from cancer. He was fighting for four years, like my dad, and no one new it. His death made international news as he was a celebrity and made wonderful movies. Rest in peace, Me. Boseman. I see over […]

Aug 27 – You’re Not Perfect. Neither Am I

Aug 27 – You’re Not Perfect. Neither Am I

3:240 – You’re Not Perfect. Neither Am I. #faithbites #faithjourney perfect Yesterday, I was facilitating a class on women’s health and we were discussing LGBTQ issues along with women’s anatomy. Some people were tiptoing around words as they didn’t want to saw the wrong word. I eased their minds and said we all make mistakes and it’s ok. We correct […]