#Metoo and the Bible

Over the past couple of weeks, social media lit up with hashtags and comments by mostly women sharing that they too had been on the receiving end of sexual harassment. It was no surprise to me that so many women had experienced sexual harassment. Sexual harassment can be emotionally, mentally, and spiritually draining. The harassment…

Cults and Churches: Both Meet Your Needs

  Recently I watched a few documentaries about Jim Jones, an American cult leader and Jonestown the commune he built in Guyana, South America. While reading the comments section there were many who referred to these cult members as “stupid”, “morons”, “idiots” and other mean insults about intelligence. With regards to the followers of Jim…

What I Learned During April 2017

The month of April 2017 went by fast. It seemed like we had just begun the Lenten season and then suddenly it Easter weekend, and then April was over. Despite the month feeling as if it went by quickly, I learned a few important personal lessons during that time. I Love Reading and It Should…

You’re Not Funny; You’re Sarcastic and Mean

  Sarcasm: “the use of words that mean the opposite of what you really want to say especially in order to insult someone, to show irritation, or to be funny; a mode of satirical wit depending for its effect on bitter, caustic, and often ironic language that is usually directed against an individual.” (Webster’s Dictionary) Dealing with sarcastic…