Beautiful Things

It’s raining here in Georgia. I’m sitting at my kitchen table, sipping on my coffee, reading my devotional, and looking out my big kitchen window. All I can see is overgrown grass, gray sky, and invisible rain drops splashing into a puddle. My kids are sitting in the living room watching some kind of behind […]

Capitalist Pig

I am a capitalist pig. A greedy, envious, gadget-loving swine. That realization dawned on me yesterday while dropping off my office computer for repairs at the Mall of Georgia Apple Store. Despite the fact that I have more MacBooks than your average Starbucks, I still found myself wandering the aisles of the Apple Store, running […]

And Justice For All?

No, I’m not talking about the Metallica album. Nor the Declaration of Independence. I’m talking about a little girl in my community named Mayra Ortiz. She’s fourteen years old, the daughter of an American citizen, and she’s in danger of being deported. How, you ask? Simple: a combination of bureaucracy, misfortune, and the selfishness of […]