I just received a brief thank you note for a devotional I wrote for 6th May. I sometimes wonder if the stuff I write makes any difference, so you can imagine how much that note encouraged me. A little sugar goes a long way. The devotion, Grace upon Grace, is reproduced below, and I commend … More Grace upon Grace – plus craft and liturgy
Why not take a little time to rustle through the fading leaves and frozen moments of your past? Think of the people, the places, the actions that make you who you are. Why do you believe what you believe? Why does it still matter? What have you left behind- and need to go back to pick up again? … More Fading Memories- Look, See, Pray
Soon enough, the golden leaves will fall, the mighty oaks will bare their arms defiantly against the coming of winter. For a few weeks, we enjoy what poet John Keats called the “Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.” … More Mellow Fruitfulness – Look, See, Pray
We possess an innate knowledge that must be something more to life than what we can see and experience in the here and now.
… More Stone and Leaf- Look, See, Pray
Bunny-in-a-lettuce Pre-school Harvest – Crank up the cute factor for this simple harvest festival including a shower of leaves and a message about God’s care for us. … More Bunny-in-a-Lettuce Pre-school Harvest – Matt 6:25-34
I’m a little oak leaf, learning to rest but still up for a challenge. I hope my “retired” status is a description, not a “sell-by date” – even old leaves have something to offer.
My question to myself is this: if I had been better at self-care over the last thirty years, would I still be on the tree and fully functional? … More Retired – Look, See, Pray
Everything outside was covered in sparkling beauty. Light + raindrops = diamonds. Yesterday’s trouble and change became this morning’s gift. … More Morning, with Diamonds – Look, See, Pray