a life from above full of faith, hope, and love
Last week I contributed to Rev. Jason Gudim’s lovely Daily Book of Concord Reading blog with a reflection for a week’s worth of readings from the Apology of the Augsburg Confession. You can read it over on the Substack here.
For most of my life, most people I’ve known haven’t liked math. Whether while in school or since as a tutor, most people seem to view math as a means to an end—and usually, that end is a decent GPA or a good score on a standardized test. As you can probably guess, I’m notContinue reading “Math is proof that God loves us”
A lot of life has taken on a motion-blurring warp-speed pace, a quickness that belies reflection, awareness, or even just enjoyment. In some ways this is good. As I write this, I have two loads of laundry tumbling around in the hallway washer and dryer, and it’s nice to be able to multitask on choresContinue reading “Take it Slow”
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