For Your Weekend

May I learn a to practice holy indifference when it comes to others opinions of me. May I lose my sharp ability to discern disapproval, be it real or perceived, so that I may move toward others without fear or agendas. Keep my heart light like a sacred balloon. Enjoy...

Let’s Share What We Learned in February

At the end of every month, we have a regular practice here of looking back before moving forward. While some of the deeper, more in-process things I may keep private for a while, other things are fun to share here. And when you share things you’ve been learning, I...

What We Find on Our Simple Tuesdays

Last night our eight year old son watched the weather app like a professional meteorologist, predicting snow and school closings. We mostly ignored him because there is no way school will be closed tomorrow now go brush your teeth. You know how this story ends. This...

For Your Sunday

Today let’s be people of the invisible kingdom. Let’s sink low to the ground, pick up our crosses and our shoes off the floor, eat the bread of life in the morning and serve it up at lunch with peanut butter, jelly and no trace of crust for all the people...

Learning to Walk Without an Agenda

Most of the time we walk in order to get somewhere. But sometimes we need to walk in order to remember where we are. I’ve come to recognize when my soul needs a little more space than I’ve been giving her, a little more room to think and consider. This...