2020 has been a rough year. But like my hometown of Flint, Michigan there is joy amidst the grief.
2016 has been considered a dumpster fire of a year. David Bowie, Prince and Carrie Fisher all left us this year. But some had bigger dumpster fires than others. Where was God in 2016?
I wrote this for our church blog last week after hearing the news about the shootings at Emmanuel AME. I'm not one that says much, in that way, I'm a lot like my Dad. But this week's slayings at Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina left me without words. A young man was welcomed... Continue Reading →
On January 31, I got the phone call that you always dread, at the what I've been dreading for nearly 10 years- that call at 4 in the morning. Long story short, I learned that my father had died. As Daniel and I got ready to fly from Minnesota to Michigan, I left a text... Continue Reading →
Gavin Bollard has a great post on his blog regarding how persons with Aspergers grieve. Maybe one of the big things about those of us on the autistic spectrum is that we don't have emotions. The reality is we do have emotions, but they are expressed very differently than most neurotypicals. Gavin shares a recent... Continue Reading →