Burden – Poetic Lament

Burden – Poetic Lament

Burdenfear nibbles at the edges of her soul, like a rataboard a sinking ship that leaks, lists and tipsbecause she has woken to face yet another pain filled day, unrefreshed in every wayher spirits are plummeting fast and her heartcontracts as she thinks about the...
MY ONE WORD, 2019

MY ONE WORD, 2019

A Journey of Nine Years I’ve been actively participating in My One Word since January, 2011. Looking back across the years, I’m surprised by how each word still catches my attention, drawing me in and reminding me to slow down, lean in and listen deep as God speaks....
How Could I Ever Doubt?

How Could I Ever Doubt?

I stepped out into sunset, a warm slice of western sky and breathed a prayer of thanks – thanks for this moment, for this sky set on fire, glory bursting through the clouds, and wondered how I could ever doubt, how I could ever fail to trust the God of all creation,...
Grace for Caregivers

Grace for Caregivers

Ken Tada knows what it means to be a caregiver. For the last 34 years he has been taking care of his quadriplegic wife, Joni Eaerckson Tada, who has not only been bound to a wheelchair for the last 50 years, but who has suffered from terrible chronic pain in the only...

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