Monthly Archives: April 2015

Thunderstorms

I woke up early again today. It isn’t really unusual for me but today was special. It is such a privilege to be able, in the quiet of the morning, to listen to God’s natural world at work. Distant thunder … Continue reading

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A Bike In Her Lap

I was running between appointments, a 30 minute window available to grab some supper. As I drove down the street to the house, I saw her sitting there, her bike in her lap. “Are you needing help?”  The 6-year old … Continue reading

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Trying to Speak Peace in Tense Times

“What do you think about the new ‘Religious Freedom Law’ in Indiana?” I wasn’t being set up, but a group of staff will share a time of discussion, usually about history, over the lunch hour when I am at school. … Continue reading

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A Man With A Mallet

  It looked to be one of those kind, he thought as he watched the crowd milling their way to the top. There he was, the condemned, struggling to drag the beam amid the jeers, taunts and raucous laughter. Then … Continue reading

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