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Fear Not!

My son is fearless in the water.  I have to add these last three words, because otherwise he’s pretty cautious for a ten year old.  But we live near the beach, and as much as we’ve worked to teach him to respect the ocean and it’s dangers, he wades right in and rolls his eye at mom’s worried, “Be careful!!” 537 more words

Spiritual Disciplines

A Reunion with Periwinkle

Over the weekend, I am delighted to report, I (and six others) was graduated from Holy Conversations, the two-year spiritual direction training programme offered by the Anglican Diocese of New England. 734 more words

The Word

Scurrious Minimus

“Sciureus minimus”. Listen to it for a couple of seconds. One. Two. It sounds like “scurry-ous minimus” doesn’t it? It ‘s my own combo of the scientific name for a chipmunk (sciureus) and the specific species of tiny, adorable, toylike characters that run and bounce along our front porch (lesser chipmunks). 140 more words

Scurrious Minimus

“Sciureus minimus”. Listen to it for a couple of seconds. One. Two. It sounds like “scurry-ous minimus” doesn’t it? It ‘s my own combo of the scientific name for a chipmunk (sciureus) and the specific species of tiny, adorable, toylike characters that run and bounce along our front porch (lesser chipmunks). 139 more words

Creativity

Our Father Who is Present & Cares

THE COMPASSIONATE FATHER – A LIFE WORTH LIVING – SERMON RESOURCES
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ENGAGING THE PRACTICAL TIP

On Sunday, Pastor Donnell encouraged us to use the Lord’s prayer this week to draw closer to Jesus through prayer. 339 more words

Practical Tip

Taking Spiritual Direction  

My Friend and I went out for a drive to find plants for her garden. I showed her the route to drive. It was a long road but it was really only two turns. 148 more words

Blog Post

Worth Revisiting: Overcoming Disappointment

“We know that all things work for good for those who love God,* who are called according to his purpose.” Romans 8:28

I’d venture to say, that each of us has experienced disappointment numerous times in our lives. 824 more words

Worth Revisiting