Posts with the tag “jennifer-ko”

Learning Lament, Part 4
February 27th, 2020
There may come a time when your continued laments could become hurtful, morphing into hopelessness. There may come a time when, if your laments do not begin to move upward to holy praise, they may dra...  Read More
by Kristen Neiditch
Learning Lament, Part 3
February 20th, 2020
Last week we talked about how it is possible to express the fullness of our anguish without questioning God’s love and goodness. That being true, suffering will always reveal our need, lack, and/or un...  Read More
by Kristen Neiditch
Learning Lament, Part 2
February 13th, 2020
The book of Psalms is a great place to observe and learn Biblical lament. One psalm, in particular, stands out to me as pure lament. Psalm 88 is a fragmented cry of utter agony. It is a pleaful song t...  Read More
by Kristen Neiditch
Learning Lament, Part 1
February 6th, 2020
Lament is a healthy practice that has lost its place in modern culture. We have learned to suffer in silence isolating ourselves from help and comfort which, we often don't realize, is a goal of Satan...  Read More
by Kristen Neiditch
Loving People with Disabilities, Part 2
May 3rd, 2018
Leaning in with LoveIn the previous post, we looked into the intimate spaces of life with a disability. Here, I would like to continue that conversation and suggest some ways to confidently lean in an...  Read More
by Kristen Neiditch
Loving People with Disabilities, Part 1
May 1st, 2018
Listening with Love“So why do you use a wheelchair?”“I have Fibromyalgia so, in short, I have chronic pain, fatigue, and other weird symptoms.”“I see. You know, your body is meant to be holy and sin m...  Read More
by Cornerstone West Los Angeles