Photo CreditWildflowers on the PPAS entry road, Kingsville, TX. Photo by Sonja Dalglish
I don’t really like to think of myself as a sheep because they are somewhat stupid animals and I have prided myself on being a good student during my academic career. But the truth is that I can also be … Continue reading
We have passed through Easter and heard the good news: Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! Death has been defeated! The cross is empty which has gotten me thinking about crosses. My mother collected crosses and had several favorites … Continue reading
The Pentecost account in Acts chapter two shows how open and inclusive God is. So often, we want to define faith and community in a small way as our church or our denomination – or if we are being very … Continue reading
Sunday was Mother’s Day. One of our members brought pink roses for everyone to honor our mothers. It was also Good Shepherd Sunday (John 10:1-10.) No one brought sheep but we talked about what it meant for us to listen … Continue reading
A week ago, a nephew married and my mind went back to the words of the Rt. Rev. Richard Chartes as he began the Royal wedding ceremony three years ago, calling the wedding day a Day of Hope, as every … Continue reading
After months of knitting, I aimed my finished sweater at the trashcan beneath sink. My Grandmother Sonja’s hand on my arm stopped me. “Forget your perfect offering. There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.” (Leonard … Continue reading
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