Yes, let's "walk the WOLK" with words of loving kindness!
“Walk the WOLK,” I like to say. Let's walk (and talk!) the words of loving kindness. Let's share God’s loving kindness in words and deeds.
Our communities, neighborhoods, and neighbors, our friends and family are all facing challenges not expected, never imagined, challenges that have gotten bigger and bigger and more and more complex, challenges that are often encased in hate. In response, debates and discussions divide, demean and deter, often helping no one, solving nothing.
But we’re people of faith. Our lives are encased by Love, Joy, Peace, and Hope, the capitalized versions. And together we can have a meaningful impact on the people and places that mean the most to us. Together we can change the dialog, change the discourse. Together we can be a light in dark places. Together we can plant seeds of Love, Joy, Peace, and Hope, the capitalized versions.
Yep, together. I'd love to speak with you and your group about God’s loving kindness and ways we can inspire, motivate, and bring about meaningful change.
Before my father died, he reminded me that Mom had asked me to write a book. At the time the boys were in college, and the notion of writing was unfathomable. Writers write books. By the time my boys were adults, I’d run out of excuses. I was also at that age when I could pause and reflect.
Fruit of My Spirit: Reframing Life in God’s Grace was my first publishing endeavor. My second was Signs in Life: Finding Direction in Our Travels with God. Both are collections of stories that tell of God’s love and faithfulness. Both tell of His remarkable grace and mercy.
Let's "walk the W.O.L.K.”
More Inspirational Thoughts
I’m a writer and speaker who’s also a Seahawk fan. As we huddle up for this weekend’s game, Seattle-ites can’t help but remember the “one that didn’t work out for us” as Coach Carroll would say in a 2015 post-game eulogy. Quarterback Russell Wilson would follow up with “one inch too far.” Yep, that was the game we lost to a goal line interception—against the Patriots. Yep, those guys.
Life is a grand adventure with gifts not expected, not imagined, perfect. How about you? What gifts have you been given that were not expected, not imagined, perfect?
Life has many wonderful destinations, some that involve actual travel and some that take us from one point to another in our career, our studies, our parenting, our health.
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