Monthly Archives: February 2013

To Whom Are We Listening?

I got some great advice today from a colleague who said to my overwhelmed, frustrated heart, ‘You’ve got to follow the yes voices, not the no’s,’ or something like that. He was quoting another colleague, but it was valuable advice, … Continue reading

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How could we be more like this?

  I was cruising about FB yesterday and my husband suggested I watch this video in a ball pit (click on the “ball pit” to see the video). It was a beautiful project where two people would sit down in a … Continue reading

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Taking Turns Is Stewardship

I’ve been doing a lot of work with stewardship lately and will continue this work for the near future, but what I’ve noticed is how very many life lessons are lessons of stewardship. The other day, at the breakfast table … Continue reading

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That’s what Christians sound like

So I was listening to Morning Edition yesterday, and heard part of an interview with and author that sparked this latest post. The author’s name is Rosie Schaap and her memoir is called, “Drinking with Men.” Honestly I was a … Continue reading

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AHHHH!!! LENT

As many pastors and ministers know, Epiphany was especially short this year and Lent is around the corner, a week from Wednesday to be exact. And this year I have added several projects to the mix of regular church life … Continue reading

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