Tag: faith

Over And Over

The world we live in is in chaos…or so it would seem. We have riots, wars, and weather; tribalism, factions, and foes among friends. Everywhere you look someone is offended and others are oppressed, while committees argue over what to do when and where. The rich need to […]

Love Unspoken

It is no secret. If you have read previous posts you will know I am not really a fan of Valentine’s Day. It is overwrought, over sold, and overwhelming if you are not one who wears your heart on your sleeve – like me.  I understand the sentiment, […]

Living In A Box

Identity is a tricky thing to understand. We all want to be someone; to be important or to belong.  We are all searching for our place in the world we live in. We take cues from those around us about how we behave or what we are good […]

Control

When we are young we believe we have the world on a string. Everything and everyone we know on the end of a string as we fling them back and forth, in and out, like a yo-yo whenever and wherever we want. We think we are the center […]

The Essence of Christmas

There is a phrase that has become quite common in today’s culture when people talk about their experiences. It usually ends with something like, “…this is my truth” or “…they spoke their truth” or “…they have the right to own their truth”. Their truth…hmm…as if truth is relative […]

Be The Truth

Easter bunnies, leprechauns, ghouls and goblins, cupids, bearded fat men in red suits…all are creepy. Any given holiday will have one of these characters wandering the stores or standing on the corners or mingling with the children, drawing them in with sweet treats and promises of presents. I […]

The Father I Know (three)

In the spring of ’81 we sold all of the cows and chickens and much of the farm equipment and officially ceased being farmers. I was not sad to see them go since I had never really liked farming; too much work for too little reward. For the […]

The Father I Know (two)

No one ever knows how they’re going to react to crisis until it hits and this one hit us all very hard. Everyone was supportive; the community and the people from church reached out almost immediately with care and love and concern. Dad new a lot of people, […]

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