Month: March 2020

THE SOUND of Life’s Unspeakable Beauty

I read it in German first. It blew me away. Now it’s finally translated into English. THE SOUND of LIFE’S UNSPEAKABLE BEAUTY  by  Martin Schleske  It is stunningly and elegantly written. Martin’s words touch the heart and soul deeply. His love for God, his… Continue Reading “THE SOUND of Life’s Unspeakable Beauty”

A (COVID19) Prayer

Gracious and Loving Father,  While we feel trapped in our homes, help us to see that we are trapped by sins and free in Christ. While we look at our screens and feel helpless, help us to look out the window and see your… Continue Reading “A (COVID19) Prayer”

Doing Church

“Hi. My name is Heidi and I am a people junky!” I love people (for most part mostly most of them). I love them like the books I read. I try to understand them and get their point. I love them them at the… Continue Reading “Doing Church”

Her Hands

While I washed my hands today, I asked the Lord to bless the work of our hands. I thought of an encounter at the store. I don’t remember much of her, No name, nor what she wore, But that her old hands made me… Continue Reading “Her Hands”

Strength

Calling for a Get-Together

I just scratched off the last appointment on my calendar. Now what? How about we get together here and pray? IN THE COMMENT SECTION Tell us your favorite go-to verse … and/or 2. Tell us how we can pray for you specifically. Be as… Continue Reading “Calling for a Get-Together”

Thankful for 24-Hour News Cycle

My oldest son is a producer of a morning show for a news station a few hours away from here. I am thinking a lot about him these days. I know that he has to sort and prioritize through a barrage of news every… Continue Reading “Thankful for 24-Hour News Cycle”

The Sword

Long ago, at a time when wars were fought with swords, in a warring country, lived a young, valiant man who yearned to fight at the front lines of the raging battle. He was courageous and often asked his father for a sword so… Continue Reading “The Sword”

It Takes Time

He wasn’t dying. That is, he wasn’t dying as quickly as everyone expected. Dying slowly was one thing; dying alone was another. She hated the thought that he had to endure both. She pulled up a chair next to his hospital bed and reached… Continue Reading “It Takes Time”

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