The Struggle Is Real

Dear Friends, I struggle with waiting. Whether it’s waiting for the microwave to heat up my coffee, waiting for traffic to clear, or waiting for someone to text me back - I struggle with waiting. It’s something I’ve wrestled with for most of my life, and while I’ve gotten a little bit better at it in the daily frustrations of life, I know that I still have a long way to go. I was reminded of that fact this morning, as I tried to pray through several challenging situations we’re facing right now. As I prayed, I found my mind wandering to possible ways that I could find solutions to these situations, in order to get them taken care of quickly. The problem was, I was supposed to be committin

The Dilemma

Dear Friends, For the past few weeks I’ve been reading through the gospels as part of my morning devotions. It’s always fascinating to me to see how Jesus never really seemed to deal with any two people in exactly the same way. Instead, He approached each person in a way that would allow Him to meet their unique needs. But it’s also interesting that, while He was actively meeting the needs of some folks, there were other folks He seemed to move right past. This ability for Him to discern who to help has always been something I’ve wondered about, because when I'm surrounded by folks who all seem to have great needs, it's hard for me to know what to do. However, as I thought about all of th


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Random thoughts and ponderings on life and faith from a recovering sinner.

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Daniel May - husband, father, pastor, grocer, Packers fan, and above-mentioned recovering sinner.

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