Month November 2018

Remember to Remember: my church journey & where I’m going

My dear dedicated readers… I owe you an explanation. My high hopes and plans for getting the posts done last week were thwarted by the prep for Thanksgiving. I kept telling myself that I’d have plenty of time to get it… Continue Reading →

In the Raw: A Life Well-Lived

She sits in a rolling recliner with her eyes half closed.  Four years ago, she used to sit in a chair outside the children’s ministry bathrooms making sure those little boys washed their hands.  I walk up to her and… Continue Reading →

Remember to Remember: 40 Years of Discipleship

I’m continuing to look back where I’ve been in this part 2 of 4 – 40 years of discipleship. Discipleship is quite a mouthful. Depending on who you talk to, it can mean a formal relationship where one person (typically younger)… Continue Reading →

Review: The Wonder Years edited by Leslie Leyland Fields

From the Back Cover:   “We’re all getting older. How do we make the second half of our lives the best half? Forty incredible women of faith from 40-85 tackle aging anxieties head-on – and upend them with compelling first-person stories… Continue Reading →

Remember to Remember: where I’ve been

I’m sure you’ve seen people posting their daily “thankful things” on social media. November is about thankfulness but more than that… it’s about being aware of right now and remembering. Steven Curtis Chapman’s single “Remember to Remember” stopped me in… Continue Reading →

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