Devotionals by Lillian Daniel

Devotionals by Lillian Daniel

In the Ups and Downs, God Levels Things Out

Lillian Daniel

People who are facing a serious illness tell me they have a new respect for how changeable life is.


Seven Deadly Apps

Lillian Daniel

It seems that for every ancient sin, there is a social media app. 


Behold the Author's Care

Lillian Daniel

At a writing workshop at the Iowa Summer Writing Festival, our teacher, Sands Hall, gave us exercises from her book, Tools of the Writers Craft.


Stop Trying to Find Yourself

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Individualism tells you that you are special and unique.


Did we come all this way to meet no one but ourselves?

Lillian Daniel

Tamar Elad-Appelbaum was raised in an orthodox Jewish community in Jerusalem.


Lessons from a Lonely Lobster

Lillian Daniel

It stinks to be single in a couple's universe.


Mansions of Mysterious Metaphors

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The 1843 children's board game The Mansion of Happiness used a sixty-seven space spiral track to teach children the various Christian virtues and vices.


When "Sorry" Seems to be the Easiest Word

Lillian Daniel

After a terrorist atrocity, I hate seeing Muslims at a news conference being forced to apologize for something they didn't do.


Don't Congratulate a Cat on its Landing

Lillian Daniel

Be on the lookout for the next cat flailing in the air. And next time, try to help. 


The 4 Types of Nones

Lillian Daniel

Are you are doing a good job of welcoming people who have never experienced religious community before?