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Why the Celebration?

Resurrection Sunday is gaining momentum as the title for celebrating Jesus raising from the dead. It is more appropriate and sends the message of what the day is all about. Easter brings visions of colored eggs, bunnies, chicks, spring, etc. Truly, what does any… Continue Reading “Why the Celebration?”

Power

All the world is focused on Ukraine. What’s next? How long? Why? “Leaders” of nations play power games to see who has what territory, control of their citizens, and the next photo op. All under the illusion that they have power. As though they… Continue Reading “Power”

Planner

Sometimes things don’t go according to MY plan. How about you? I’m a planner – details, times, etc. I’m thinking that may be the problem (grin). That’s called control. Well, for me, it’s sanity. But others, and this world, don’t seem to think my… Continue Reading “Planner”

On Anxiety

Maybe you, like me, have experienced those moments. The ones where deep breaths seem illusive. That feeling like something’s wrong – but what? Or anything? In the world we’re living in maybe it’s not as rare as I think. But it’s not good for… Continue Reading “On Anxiety”

The Highest

Four days before the world pauses and celebrates. There aren’t many silent nights in our world – so much heartache and anxiety. Choruses of Joy to the World or We Wish You A Merry Christmas aren’t ringing out in many public venues these days.… Continue Reading “The Highest”

Every Day

I love that, here in America, we set aside a day to be thankful for all we have and be grateful for our nation. Parents love to hear ‘thank you’ from their children. Cultivating a heart of gratefulness has to begin young – teaching… Continue Reading “Every Day”

Revolution

Today I am watching an everchanging landscape – mountains disappear and reappear as Smoky Mountain mist twirls up from the ground and descends from the clouds. It’s peaceful. A beautiful mystery of creation that at once enshrouds and then lays bare a beautiful landscape.… Continue Reading “Revolution”

Get Close

Sometimes my grandsons just have to touch me. We can be playing trucks or train and suddenly my big-for-his-age four year old is in my lap, my growing-too-big two year old is putting my arm around him, and my too-heavy-to-lift one year old needs… Continue Reading “Get Close”

Walk this way

I love going for a walk. Fortunately I live a short distance from a nature area where I can see the fish jumping, the birds soaring, keep my eyes open for gators and snakes, and an assortment of wildlife here and there. An early… Continue Reading “Walk this way”

Can’t See

A little guy in my life is learning the joys of swimming. He’s gotten brave and put his head down in the water – kicked those legs and made it to momma – and now he’s trying to trust that he can make it… Continue Reading “Can’t See”

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