• Jan. 8th, 2013 Living on the Edge of a Knife

    Today’s post was going to be all about margin. It still is…sort of. When I chose my One Word for 2013 , Margin seemed like the obvious choice. ( You can read about how Margin applies to my writing life over at The Write Conversation ). I knew my life needed more margin. More space to be creative, more space to be spontaneous, more space to serve, more space to just be.  I also knew [ read more ]

  • Jan. 3rd, 2013 My One Word

    Happy 2013 everybody! I hope your Christmas was extra merry and your New Year is off to a great start! I’ll be talking about my One Word for 2013 over the next few weeks, but since today is the first Thursday of the month, I’m over at The Write Conversation and  I’m focused on how my One Word applies to [ read more ]

  • Dec. 18th, 2012 When Others Have the Words

    I sent my daughter to school on Monday with the sure knowledge that, should unspeakable evil threaten, the teachers and staff at her school would do everything humanly possible to protect her. And more importantly, that my Abba remains sovereign over all. But that doesn’t mean I’ve got a handle on this. I’m no theologian. [ read more ]

  • Dec. 13th, 2012 Bigger Than Our Whole World

    As I’ve been mulling over the idea of how big God is and the miracle it is that He became flesh, I’ve also been thinking about how often God does things in ways that are both unexpected and incomprehensible. I’m wondering how often I don’t see God’s hand because what’s happening doesn’t make sense to me. I’m [ read more ]

  • Dec. 11th, 2012 Don’t Look Now…But My Halo is Crooked

    Don’t look now…but my halo is crooked. I blame it on the hot glue. I had no idea how dangerous it could be to use a hot glue gun—until I totally lost my religion making Jesse Tree ornaments. All I wanted to do was create a visual—a way to teach my children the true meaning of Christmas. [ read more ]

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