In this passage from Mark we see a lot. Jesus who has just told the disciples that he is going to be killed and then rise again from the dead, takes them up a mountain and reveals the glory of God literally coming from inside of him. But then a story that seems to be […]
Now that the days are getting shorter, darker and colder, I start a sort of hibernation routine— reading, watching and eating—all inside. Because of Netflix and Hulu, I haven’t had to watch network television for years. I just sit down when I’m ready and watch a show. That all changed with This Is Us—a show […]
To read the Gorilla Mom article mentioned in the sermon, go here. To read the story about “luck” referenced at the end, go here.
Christie was given a chicken coop for a birthday present about ten years ago. It’s in our backyard. Most years we buy spring chicks – just hatched, and put them in a kind of incubator in the basement. Last year we got 21 eggs shipped to us to incubate in the preschool. Very exciting when […]
I love plans, but they do not always love me. Alec Reynolds and I noticed the Hornets. One had buzzed over his baby sisters head as we walked Margaret in her stroller. We knew we had to plan an attack on the beehive. So we did what any ten-year-olds would do, we gathered some rocks […]
Good evening. Huddle together to stay warm! I just came back from a week with the Episcopal clergy in sunny Texas studying with Brené Brown, who is one of my all time professional heroines. She’s written a few books that are standards in my library- The Gifts of Imperfection, I Thought It Was Just Me […]