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"Slow": The New Cuss Word.
A Series of Poems for Prayers: #4 Teach me to Listen
A Series of Poems for Prayers: #3 Come, Light! (a confession of sorts)
God with Us
Learning to Listen
Lessons from a Goldendoodle
A Series of Poems for Prayers: #1 The Weary Life.
The Weary Life Though I barely come, I come. Though I am weary, I search. Your invitation has roused me and given me the strength to...
The Frozen Landscape Feels Like My Weary Soul...
Each day I drive past this stream insulated by the winter landscape. It leaves me contemplative and thoughtful. When I say it is...
Are your faith ROOTs loosening in these rootless times?
I have walked with Jesus for a long time. I know the dips. I know it isn’t always satisfying and energizing. My perspective on what it...
Strange, isn't it? Jesus compares himself to Mr. Lazy-Bones!
“Teach us to pray…” Interesting question from Jesus's followers. I figured if anyone knew how to pray, the disciples would know....
Can I mention Hell, or is that going to offend you? It may be the key to your joy.
Holy Week. Dark before the dawn. Death before resurrection. Suffering before glory. The first warm breeze of spring is far more...
A Lenten Pandemic: get to the watchtower.
At the end of every year the church calendar takes us from Advent into Lent. We celebrate the birth of a child who would suffer death to...
No bread on the shelves? Look to the birds!
I keep looking out the window at the wrens, robins, chickadees, and blue birds. Darting about everywhere; they are busy this morning....
I can admit it: I'm getting on my OWN nerves. (listening for the winds of transformation)
If I am honest, I'm fairly certain I don’t believe that prayer “works.” I doubt I’m unique in this. And yet, I pray. What’s even more...
I'm a pruned plant. I hate it and want it at the same time.
There are seasons of life that take our breath away. I don’t mean in a wonderstruck or captivating way. They snatch up our attention, but...
An Ode to Mid-Life.
My mid-40’s have come like a wrecking ball. 15 years ago I heard older women I respect talk about mid-life. “All that energy you have...