Monthly Archives: May 2021

In Memoriam, with Gratitude

At a time like this, on a weekend extended for this reason, we should take a moment of silent reflection. At a time when our nation is so deeply divided, with political factions threatening to tear the very threads at … Continue reading

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Sunshine on a Rainy Day

Here in Colorado, it’s not terribly common for us to have gloomy weather for extended periods of time. And although we’re not quite there yet this season, the on again/off again rain lately caught me on my hikes both days … Continue reading

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For Such a Time as This

When our country and our world seem to be heading down a dangerous and destructive path, this is a time when God needs his believers to stand in the gap for each other, for everyone we meet. Whether we recognize … Continue reading

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This Sacred Space

This Sacred Space Mother’s love traverses Time and place and even Heaven’s boundary. Childhood sacred moments flicker, Silver on memory’s screen: Singing away tears— Oh how you loved your teddy bear; Reading me The Princess Bride to Chase away weeks … Continue reading

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“You Bad Christians” — A Lesson in Christ-Control

This week I came across an article ranting about bad things Christians do or say and hurling damning generalizations at the lot of us. If I’m being transparent here (which, painfully, I feel called to be), I have to admit … Continue reading

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