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Life and Death and Easter

It’s been a weekend of mixed feelings, topping off a couple of weeks of sadness and tiredness. In my non-writing life, I’m a physiotherapist. I spend three days a week working with injured and unwell people. 492 more words

The Cover and the Title Page

Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and the sea existed no longer.  384 more words

I Am Made New

Because I Was Lazy Again...Or, Seven Reasons I Love Narnia

So, I have this *coughreallystrongcough* fondness for the Chronicles of Narnia. I’ve been reading the books out loud to my little brother (While he rolls and kicks all over my bunk bed, beanbag, and everywhere else imaginable. 1,007 more words

Tribute for Grandma

A tribute to my Grandma: for those who don’t know, for many years she had a business selling old and hard to find books.

The books for her are closed… 121 more words


Envy - that invisible sin

It snuck up on me awares. First one friend’s good news, then another’s and finally a third – all in the space of 2 days.  Before I knew it, my coveting was in full bloom!   506 more words


It's a Wonderful Death

If you are at all a frequent reader here, you know of my affinity for George Bailey. George Bailey is the 20th century pop cultural equivalent to the most ardent disciple of Christ. 1,169 more words

Personal Reflections

Sunday's Sermon Today: Why Fair Doesn't Matter & Other Kingdom Anomalies (Matthew 20:1-16)

Today’s scripture is one of those mysterious, this-isn’t-how-the-world-works kinds of things that always seems to grab my attention and make me wrestle with who I am as a person.

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