Call Me Crazy

In July 2000, after I was released from the state psych ward, I was hypersensitive to mental labels. One time, I even left a room in tears when someone stereotyped the word, “crazy.” That was then. This is now. Words like “I’m going crazy” and “I’m gonna end up...

I Learned to Lie Down

“He makes me lie down in green pastures.” (Psalm 23:2) Lie down? Why not sit down? Why not lean up against a tree? Why did God tell David to lie down? To help, let’s look at Isaiah 14:30, “The poorest of the poor will find pasture, and the NEEDY will LIE...

Who We Are When No One’s Watching

Who we are when no one is watching is just as much as who we are when everyone is. Sometimes we act as though the things we do in the dark we do in private. Well, sort of. Who we are (or what we do) in the dark is hidden from people, but is clear as day to God. That’s...
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