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Dog sledding review that has nothing to do with dog sledding

There are lots of places close to my city to go dog sledding. Lots. Some might even say the best places: deep in the Rocky Mountains or Yukon North. 664 more words

Not perfect

I’ve been writing a lot lately. Only, none of it has made it past the covers of my journal. So one of my goals is to blog more, and in particular, worry less about writing “the perfect post.” That stops me a lot, thinking I need my thoughts to be completely, articulately, beautifully formed, to the point that I don’t even start to write. 432 more words

Antelope Canyon Revisited

Here are some more photos from my trip to Antelope Canyon.  Enjoy!

Photography

1st Sunday in Lent

My Lent book doesn’t have meditations for Sunday as I assumed you’d all be going to church and have plenty to think about. However, here is a lovely painting for you to make up your own thoughts. 13 more words

Lent

We Call it Winter

Today, with how cold it was, I got out the gear. Actually it was kind of fun. Snow pants, long special mitts good to -40 Celsius, thermal underwear, Russian-style hat, boots. 260 more words

Naming My Wilderness

Sermon on Luke 4:1-13 for the First Sunday in Lent, year C, Feb. 14, 2016

Luke 4:1-13

Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, returned from the Jordan and was led by the Spirit in the wilderness, where for forty days he was tempted by the devil.

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Sermon

This Way of Life: A Little White Church Lenten Journey

Join Pastor Donna as she reflects on the transforming power of Lent and takes you on a 40-day journey of discovering God’s message of hope and renewal that she discovered in a little white church and in the hearts of the people who called that church “home.” 855 more words