Can we do or be anything we want? Here’s a devotional reflection from the standpoint of Christian faith.
Many understand the Christian season of Lent in negative and unattractive ways. This reflection suggests a different and positive approach to Lent.
We like to classify people as either saints or sinners. The truth is, most of us are some of both. Here’s a devotional reflection on this concept.
Growing up is not only a question for children, but also for adults. It’s a question to keep asking all through life’s journey. Who will I be when I grow up?
The Christmas story is about God entering the lives of ordinary people and everyday life. This is a reflection about the birth of such a God.
God does not fit well in some of our religious boxes. Christ shows us a God who operates out of the box. This is a reflection about such a God.
I have the privilege of introducing my daughter, Tylina Havle, Christian author and speaker.
Being human is a good thing because God made us that way. This is a reflection on how God lives in real people like us, warts and all.
It’s easy to get lost in the crowd and forget who we are and can be. This is a reflection on running ahead of the crowd to meet God in a new way and finding ourselves.
Will we all choose God’s choseness of us? Is God’ love that powerful and convincing? This is a reflection about this hope based on a real life event.