That was the title of the doctorate class I took this past week in Chicago. It was a good week of studying different books and meeting with their respective authors on what they were thinking about religion in our narcissistic, fear driven, lonely, world today. Everyone came to the class with their own hang ups […]
“Get in the car! It’s time to go!” “I can’t find my head band!!” “I can’t tie my shoe!” “The dog just ate the cat’s food!” “Mo-om! Madelyn has on my socks!” “Lets go guys, we are going to be late.” “uh Oh. I forgot, I was supposed to be at school early.” “and I […]
Not Just A Girl I love this idea! Whom would you pick? I’d chose Eleanor Roosevelt, Alice Walker, The Bronte’s (either one), Jane Austen, and Madeline Albright.
My favorite assurance of pardon is this: “Hear the Good News, Jesus Christ died for us, Christ rose for us, Christ reigns over power for us, Christ prays for us. Anyone who is in Christ is a new creation, the old life has gone, behold a new life has begun.” Each of these clauses are […]
There is a picture of my mother and I that I love. She’s about 24 and I am about 6 months old. It’s a summer day, and mom is rockin’ it in a swimsuit and a Jackie O hairstyle. I am a round, soft, baby looking at summer for the first time. Neither of us […]
Snow on Daffodils and Psalm 40.
Good Morning God, I have waken with the birds as usual. Dawn is here. It’s my favorite time of the day. The house and its inhabitants are still sleeping. Except for the animals, who have been staring at me in the dark, waiting for me to rise and fill bowls. I let the dog out. […]