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Lace M. Williams

Dr. Lace M. Williams has spent much of her life studying and seeking theological answers to the questions of what it means to be alive, to be human, to be made in the image of the Creator and to acquire beliefs and the language to express those beliefs. With B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees in Scripture, Doctrine and Theology, Williams is interested in examining the biblical languages and writers through the lens of speech act theory. For fun, she spends time with her amazing son, her hero. For delight, she looks to the Triune God, loved ones and nature.

What Dachau Concentration Camp Taught Me About All Things Small and the Stories They Tell

For no understandable reason other than by chance, the insignificant ‘thing’ caught my eye. I had simply glanced down. It had no scent. It made no sound. It could not see, hear, taste, feel or touch. Still, it seemed to cry out pick me up.

Holding On In the Letting Go In A Pandemic: What Is So

If giving up is not the answer, then perhaps it is to live this one and only life as never before. Choosing life is to accept all of life. With acceptance comes the release of one's imperfect self-reflected in the Creator’s image to the crucified and risen one.

It Is Finished: Reflections On Jesus’ Final Words

Somehow, Jesus finds the strength to utter three last words in his final exhale— “It is finished.”

In the Greek, it is one word: tetélestai.

Holding On in The Letting Go in A Pandemic: Twists and Turns

From coast to coast and across the waters, every continent awakens and retires to the same news: Pandemic cases dwindling here, surging there, vaccination and mask mandates, violence, and unprecedented weather events.

Holding On In The Letting Go In A Pandemic: Not Alone in Isolation

From your hospital bed, you reflect on the child you once were. When you had trouble falling asleep because of everything on your mind, you lay stretched out on your back under the covers.

Holding On In The Letting Go In A Pandemic: Dismantling the Lines

What shall we call such invisible states marking life’s transitional moments: dreamy to conscious, awake to asleep, Word to flesh, water to wine?

Holding On In The Letting Go In A Pandemic: Faith and Doubt

I came so close to understanding faith. Then a wave of doubt came crashing in, tossing me to-and-from on the sea.

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