A few days ago, I read a blog by a woman whose husband died last month from cancer. She writes that as a widow, she doesn’t care if her church is trendy or if it has a coffee bar. She is hurting and she needs Jesus. You can read it here. It’s worth the time. … Continue reading Why Go To Church?
Lent has begun. I skipped pancake Tuesday because well, I hate pancakes. Too much sweet and honestly, it’s breakfast for supper which I despise. However, I decided to join Margaret Feinberg in reading through the Book of John and colouring and doodling my way through her book Beloved: 40 Days in the Gospel of John. … Continue reading Lent: Learning to be #Beloved
Lately, God’s been trying to get my attention. He may have been trying for more than a while, but it’s now hard to ignore. Because it’s so obvious and blatant. My experience with God has mostly been gentle, subtle nudges. As I write that, I am surprised. Because of late, I may not have described … Continue reading TURN to that Echo
If you kill the good girl, then you at some point, you have to figure out the girl who is left behind. It’s a lot more difficult to do than it is to write it down here. It’s easier to hide behind the imposter. Or insert a new one. Walk away and leave the hidden … Continue reading The Hidden
Blessed is she who has believed that what the Lord has said to her will be accomplished. Luke 1:45 Reading my Advent Devotional by Margaret Feinberg this morning, I came across this verse. It burned into my mind. Mary, Jesus’ mother, was exceptional. Told she would have a child, although she was a virgin … Continue reading Mary’s Faith
I’m not sure about where you live but our roads are full of potholes! Ones that make you go ouch! and hope and pray that your tires and underside are still there! The deep freeze of 2014 has caused major upheaval on our roads. Potholes can bang your car around, cause major damage to … Continue reading Potholes, First Response and Lent