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What Would Jesus Do?

July 18, 2010

Over the past few months, I have heard several people saying, "What would Jesus do?" in relationship to different situations in their lives. Well, today, I was given the opportunity to walk it out in my own life. The past … (read more)

On Wobbly Feet

June 12, 2010

We've all watched as a toddler struggles to his or her feet and then takes those first hesitant steps — wobbling and weaving uncertainly towards the goal. The arms are outstretched and the face is all aglow. Suddenly — thwump! … (read more)

My Name Is

March 8, 2007

When people walk the same route each day, they often see the same individuals in about the same places each day. As a friend and I walked day after day and then into the next month, we would pass the … (read more)

Broken Limbs

January 8, 2007

The other day, I saw a lady with a cast on her leg, hobbling along on crutches. I wondered how she had broken her leg. I thought of the pain she would have been in. I wondered how long it … (read more)

Give Thanks

April 16, 2005

My husband took our ten-year-old granddaughter, Mary Kathryn, fishing one morning. It was a beautiful summer day. The temperature was in the upper 70s and the humidity was way down — quite a contrast to recent days. The lake at … (read more)

Stouthearted

August 6, 2004

One of my favourite books is Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan. I think I first read it when I was about twelve, so the characters, episodes, and events were indelibly impressed upon my heart and mind. As I was recently … (read more)

Answering Our Call

April 20, 2001

People answer their 'phones in some pretty peculiar places. One woman was wallpapering and continued to do so. Another time, running water was well within my earshot. That dear soul was taking a bath. Recently, I called our daughter in … (read more)

Waiting

December 8, 1999

Waiting for something to be perfected is difficult at times. Adding that final brush stroke, that last piece of ribbon, the crowning flourish of artistry: why can't it be okay the way it is now — when I want it … (read more)

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