Stories of Abundance: Feast or Famine?

I’m continuing a series of short pieces on abundance (this is the third, click through to read the first two: In the Garden and Sowing and Reaping).  Sunday evenings and Monday mornings can often be a time of anxiety for me as I worry...

Stories of Abundance: Sowing and Reaping

Over the next week or so I want to offer a series of short pieces on abundance (this is the second, if you want, you can start by reading the first: In the Garden).  All of these events occurred over the course of a few weeks. ...

Gentleness Saves

The following is a brief and quickly written post in response to Barbara Brown Taylor’s question, “What is saving your life right now?”  Explore other bloggers’ answers to the same question at Sarah Bessey ‘s...

Stories of Abundance: In the Garden

Over the next week or so I want to offer a series of short pieces on abundance.  All of these events occurred over the course of a few weeks.  As these stories echoed around, bumping up against each other in the periphery of my...

Easy Affection?

Sometimes ten month old Levi rests his little hand on his twin brother Isaiah’s pudgy thigh when they ride side-by-side in the jogging stroller.  It looks like an adorably casual gesture of affection.  Occasionally they even appear to be holding hands as...
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