When darkness shrouds the light…a few thoughts on the solar eclipse

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My husband and I witnessed the total eclipse of the sun last Monday, August 21—a day foretold by scientists with precision. I’m not really into science and wasn’t sure what all the buzz was about, Continue reading “When darkness shrouds the light…a few thoughts on the solar eclipse”

Letting go even when you don’t want to

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We sent our youngest daughter off to her senior year of college last week. After eight years of watching the kids leave it’s become easier. We hugged, said our good-byes early, and she took off later that afternoon when I wasn’t even around.

In the beginning this stinging letting go process accosted me unaware. Continue reading “Letting go even when you don’t want to”

Jesus Follower Q&A: Hannah Kerr

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Periodically, I want to present ordinary people who are following Jesus but choosing a path different from mine or yours. This past week I sat down with Hannah Kerr, Christian music artist. As a songwriter and performer, she co-wrote seven of the eleven songs on her most recent album, Overflow. She participated in one of the premiere tours of 2016-17, “The Very Next Thing Tour” with Casting Crowns and Matt Maher. Continue reading “Jesus Follower Q&A: Hannah Kerr”

The Way Through No Man’s Land

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My daughter and I went to see the movie Wonder Woman this week. It’s been out since June, so we thought we’d better see it on the big screen before it left the theaters. We loved it and were drawn in for all 2 hours and 20 minutes.

My favorite scene was Diana and Steve wading through a trench in the front line of the “war to end all wars.” Continue reading “The Way Through No Man’s Land”