Friday, August 7 – Reflections

Friday, August 7 – Reflections

2 Corinthians 5:18-19 Walk into our house on any day and you’ll be greeted by trains, blocks, and tracks. The train table, their rightful home, tends to be the last place you’ll find any trains. A long line of trains sits perched on top of our piano. Blocks surround...
Friday, August 7 – Reflections

Thursday, August 6 – Reflections

2 Corinthians 5:16-17 “Look, Mama, look!”  Both kids cheer in delight as we walk around our neighborhood. Whether it’s a squirrel climbing a tree, the blue sky, a friend passing by, or a puddle to be jumped in, my children marvel at their surroundings. Their eyes...
Friday, August 7 – Reflections

Wednesday, August 5 – Reflections

2 Corinthians 5:11-15 I have a friend who loves to write as much as I do. We support one another in our passion for telling stories by sharing our writings weekly. We cheer each other on with encouragement and provide a safe space for honest conversation.  We write...
Friday, August 7 – Reflections

Tuesday, August 4 – Reflections

2 Corinthians 5:6-10 The first few days as a new parent feel much like walking blindfolded into an unfamiliar room. Everything is new and all your senses are heightened. There’s often a dance between parent and baby. It’s the process of their getting to know each...
Friday, August 7 – Reflections

Monday, August 3 – Reflections

2 Corinthians 5:1-5 One summer I walked 500 miles across Spain. Each day the landscape varied: rolling hills, mountains, city streets, small towns, poppy fields, vineyards. My destination was the cathedral in Santiago de Compostela that houses the relics of the...