My Dad and Covid-19 – Back to say a quick word of thanks……

Growing up in England, manners are huge. We learn early in life to say “please” and “thank you”. We had to call older people uncle / aunty as a sign of respect. It isn’t until I was older that I realized I had actual aunts and uncles and others who were simply older people IContinue reading “My Dad and Covid-19 – Back to say a quick word of thanks……”

A Christian’s response to racism in the church – # 2 – I growingly realize how my racial experiences or lack of experiences shape my convictions and perceptions

I have to be honest with that reality in order to really listen to others who have had very different experiences. I don’t want to minimize racial issues in the church just because I’ve only seen a few examples. I love and appreciate my friends but to all who are quoting the numbers of African-American’sContinue reading “A Christian’s response to racism in the church – # 2 – I growingly realize how my racial experiences or lack of experiences shape my convictions and perceptions”

My dad has CoVid 19 – 5 things God is showing me

I grew up in England and moved to the United States over 20 years ago. All of my extended family still live in England. I am so grateful for technology that allows us to stay in touch even with the 6 hour time difference.  On Tuesday, May 11, I woke up and checked my phoneContinue reading “My dad has CoVid 19 – 5 things God is showing me”

Cardboard Connections

When we first listed our home in Colorado I saw a post on a local Facebook page offering moving boxes. I jumped at the offer and picked up all the boxes we could need, including some specialty boxes for our TVs. As we unpacked here in Morton I thought I should pay that gift forwardContinue reading “Cardboard Connections”

More peace than the mountains can offer

I continue to think a lot about peace – Love this verse: Philippians 4:6-7 “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. 7 And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus”.Continue reading “More peace than the mountains can offer”

When despair seems reasonable

Worry seems so natural for me. Do you resonate with that? It seems like worry is a bucket and no matter what’s going on, that bucket is always full. I have learned my propensity to worry is just part of who I am but God has done so much in my life to free meContinue reading “When despair seems reasonable”