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March 14, 2017

It’s The Little Things That Count

It's The Little Things That Count

  It isn’t the chair in the living room we tend to trip over. It’s the pair of slippers randomly kicked off and left where we didn’t expect. And in so much of life it isn’t the big things that trip us up, it is the little things that count. How many times we only have […]

January 23, 2017

Living On Bread And Water

Living On Bread And Water

  Imagine! Just imagine knowing, a deep-down-inside knowing, that there is enough of what you need, and more. Imagine watching the news and seeing the lack in the life of people and society, be it identity, care, food, belonging, and knowing there is more than enough to meet each need without fear of running short. […]

October 4, 2016

The Amber Wineskin of Autumn

The Amber Wineskin of Autumn

  Realizing many of my blog followers are from the southern hemisphere and therefore headed into springtime, I can’t help but write about autumn, surrounded as I am by amber aspen leaves. This is my first Colorado autumn. Familiar as I am to the brilliant orange and then red of maples and oaks, to be in […]

March 7, 2016

CommuniTea

CommuniTea

  There’s a theme, a rhythm, a cadence that is shouting to make itself heard right now, and while its expressions are unique in various locations and among people of varied background and circumstance, the cry is the same: community! In a day of untold numbers of travellers and refugees there is a cry arising […]

January 26, 2016

A Sign Of The Times

A Sign Of The Times

  Sometimes you just have to laugh. And stop – rivet – to find where the Lord is leading – pivot. It is time to see generations and nations healed and set free. This Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Sixteen has sure started off with a bang, and I don’t mean fireworks. Friends have broken wrists […]