Category Love and Grace
Unfold your broken, injured wings and let the Spirit set you free. We’ve all been folded, damaged, cracked yet healing waits a “yes” within. As voice of Spirit calms and sings, allows you through God’s eyes to see a shining you where nothing’s lacked in order to anew begin. With this relationship God […]
When I was hobbled, trying to figure out how to eke from life what I needed, I searched for things and people to fill me, to complete me. Anne Lamott1 expresses the longing beautifully: There was usually an initial flurry of hope and sex, maybe even of rich love, but ultimately we discovered that it […]
The Inchoateness of Being [T]his slow process of transformation and the realizations that came with it were not either-or decisions; they were great big both-and realizations. None of it happened without much prayer, self-doubt, study and conversation, but the journey itself led me to a deepening sense of what the church calls holiness, what Americans […]
There I am, barely three months old, snuggled between and basking in the love of my mother and her mother. My mother had me when she was thirty-six; she wanted a second child to name after her beloved father Sam who had just died. She took the first letter of his first name […]
With a heavy heart I must announce the passing of a dear blogging friend, Paul Curran. Paul had been on dialysis, suffering from long-term cancer. Let’s remember him for being a loving son of God, a wonderful story teller, a man who loved his neighbor, a gentle man, a man of kindness, peace and faith. […]
This is what it’s about, my friends. Please repost and repost. Love is what will turn us around, give us hope. ❤
Please watch to the very, very end, and note the name of the person who posted on YouTube.
…and have served: Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 Thank you.
Happy Mother’s Day