Not having been raised in a Lenten tradition, it normally requires a great deal of discipline for me to be devoted to the celebration of “the mysteries of Easter”. This[…]
It’s almost spring after a painfully long winter, and boy, are we ready. We spent a month in south Texas trying to stay warm, only to have to return early[…]
[Image by StockSnap from Pixabay] This afternoon took us out for coffee and dessert. While waiting for our order to be completed, I was struck by the appearance of the[…]
Have you always felt there was more to a relationship with God? Me, too, and this desire spawned a yearlong excavation into my own life. If you want to go deeper, The Dig is for you. Read more!
It’s difficult to grasp how we can rejoice at the home going of a loved one while grieving at the same time. This new post explores the reason for our hope and its impact on the weightiness of loss.
Are you feeling the rapid passing of time? I sure am. It’s July already? It’s been almost a year and a half since we first heard of Covid? It’s been 21[…]
As we close out the first week of Lent, I’m compelled to talk about it here. I do not come from a tradition that follows the church calendar, but I[…]
Having grown up in the “knowledge of the truth over those pesky and unreliable feelings” generation, I have struggled my whole life to really know and experience the love of[…]
My readings take me to Genesis 32 today where Jacob wrestles with God through the night. I am puzzled by these words: 25 When the man saw that he could not[…]
We are easily far enough into the new year to have broken all our resolutions, but this year is a little different for me. Having spent the past 3 1/2[…]