Soak in the Sun

Soak in the Sun

Soak in the Sun Last week our family camped at a nearby state park to drink in the final dregs of summer. We returned to find the warmth had gone the way of the corn stalks surrounding our home. The chill of fall had come to stay. Now my body shivers as I grab my...
Our Scattered Longings

Our Scattered Longings

Our Scattered Longings I’ve been thinking lately about my adolescent days. This is mostly likely because I spent the last week reading Abigail Shrier’s book Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters. It’s a heavy book (you can check out my...
The Words we Take and Give

The Words we Take and Give

The Words we Take and Give I’ve been thinking a lot about the words we take and pass along. I don’t want to negate the seriousness of plagiarizing in this post. It’s not only a copyright infringement to steal another’s words and parade them as...
What Colors Do You See?

What Colors Do You See?

What Colors Do You See? What colors do you see? Look around while you walk to the mailbox, or as you drive to the grocery store. What hues do you see sidled next to each other? What tones shape the landscape that you live in?  Our family just got back from a trip to...
The Feast of Grocery Day

The Feast of Grocery Day

The Feast of Grocery Day I’ve been meal planning for the past several years. I find that without a plan, our budget (along with my sense of sanity) flies out the window every dinnertime. So every fortnight, I can be found driving home with a car full of groceries that...
My Favorite Almost-Deconstruction from 1847

My Favorite Almost-Deconstruction from 1847

My Favorite Almost-Deconstruction from 1847 Why do I hope in Christ? The question presses on me even more these days.  I log onto social media and find another Christian singer, podcaster, or friend deconstructing from Christianity. Real stories of abuse or poor...

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