For me mother’s day is getting up around 6am to help my children get ready for church. I get their clothing (laundry being the only thing my husband doesn’t like to do AT ALL). I actually had laid out our clothing the night before, but my leggings for under my tunic on a rainy day … Continue reading
I confess myself and seek God…because to me, they are the same thing…. Continue reading
“If I sin, I pray that my sin is to be too welcoming, and to have the door too wide open. Never do I want to stand before God and defend why I didn’t let someone into my community, family, church, faith or life because I kept the opening too narrow. I would rather explain … Continue reading
Holy Spirit, breathe into us your light, your life, stir up hope in us. We confess that we go in circles, trying to find our own way to God, help us to ask for directions, move us on the path towards you Lord, God. Lead us into a spiral, instead of in circles! we pray … Continue reading
Genesis 1:1 – 2:4 Once Upon a Time: there was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2He was in the beginning with God. 3All things came into being through him, and without him not one thing came into being. (John 1:1-3) Before creation, there was chaotic nothingness, an empty … Continue reading
Did Scrabble and Ate a Brownie, Haha! Don’t worry Sermon, I’ll find you–I’m sure your cleverly tucked between a national tragedy and 2,000+yr old words about Resurrection and Angels praising God…. Katy’s Wednesday Nights are so exciting
Having written about Parables and Fairy Tales and the importance they play in defining the universality of the human condition for every particular human–and hence why they are awesome. I feel you are ready for the truth. Star Trek and Dr. Who are Parables Not only are they like most science fiction which discusses how … Continue reading
The snow looks painted. Spring hinted in the cold and the wet and the shadows at night pattern the leftover snow, that which hasn’t melted, into paint and a thousand things flick through my brain, skittering across the blacks and whites all the things I intend, the dreams I still wish, the responsibilities of the … Continue reading
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