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  • O, Me, Of Little Faith

    Lately I’ve been noticing the invisible people in Bible stories. Recently, it was a whole crowd who had previously managed to elude my view. Who were these people? These ones who came out to the wilderness to hear John the Baptist, to repent of their sins, and to be baptized? In all my years reading …[ read more ]

  • Praying through a Pandemic – Book 1 – Our Initial Confinement

    These past weeks have been an unprecedented time in most of our lives. The upheaval, confusion, isolation, conflict, grief and fear were widespread, but so, too, was creativity, renewal, and re-connection as we reinvented our lives. While some of us have found insight and relief from pausing life as usual, others have been pressed into …[ read more ]

  • Judging, Not.

    Did you ever meet someone and know immediately that you were kindred spirits? That he or she would become part of your fellowship of the ring? That’s how I felt the first time I encountered Maggie Wallem Rowe. It’s my pleasure to introduce you to her and to her knew devotional – This Life We …[ read more ]

  • The Invisible Parable

    The small band of Jesus followers sat weary and discouraged. The old woman came upon them and asked the source of their long faces. “Our task is large, our numbers are small, and our faith feels small, though once it was great.” The old woman looked on them with love and asked, “And what does …[ read more ]

  • The Shocking Reason We Hang Out in Psalms

    Like many of you, I am not always okay these days. There are moments when I feel connected with Jesus, engaged with work, on-top of the pandemic situation, and prayerful. Then, there are the other moments. When I’m frustrated at the number on my scale. Or sad about the loss of my dad. When I’m …[ read more ]