Category: God and Faith

A Word on Mental Health, Lifestyle, and Faith

I have shifted most of my mental health writing over to the blog on the Mental Health Association in Delaware's website.  (There are also lots of other staff, volunteers and others who contribute to the work blog).  But because I often hear misconceptions about mental … Continue reading A Word on Mental Health, Lifestyle, and Faith

The American Dream and the Offensiveness of Grace

One of the greatest myths in our society is that if you work hard enough, you can be/have/do whatever you want. Of course most of us have realized, somewhere along the way, that while there is great value in earning what one wants, sometimes no … Continue reading The American Dream and the Offensiveness of Grace

A Response to the Ten Non-Commandments of Atheism

In my last post, I introduced this response to the 10 non-commandments of Atheism that some dudes compiled. I don’t believe these dudes or this list is representative of all atheists any more than I believe the Tea Party is representative of all Christians. But, … Continue reading A Response to the Ten Non-Commandments of Atheism

On Marriage, Mexicans, and Misunderstandings: I’m not a freaking bird

First, let me state for the record that I love my husband and have never regretted our marriage, although it’s been a rough road at times.  He is compassionate, sweet, intuitive, a great dad, brave, and smart in all the ways that I am not … Continue reading On Marriage, Mexicans, and Misunderstandings: I’m not a freaking bird