Daryl got on a plane yesterday. He’s headed to a conference in Chicago, one for pastors with PhDs (which I sometimes call his annual nerd-pile, but then again, “nerd” is a compliment in our house). He goes each year and we always miss him but love all the stories and energy he brings back. We … More Life in the Age of Coronavirus
* Arrival * An Advent Reflection by Courtney Ellis My parents always say they don’t sleep well unless all of their babies are under their roof. Never mind that their “babies” are all now in their 30s, as a parent myself I can absolutely understand this sentiment. Many of us, most of us leave home. … More Arrival * An Advent Reflection
What do the GOOD paper towels have to do with the love of God? Turns out, a whole lot. * An Advent reflection on gifts by Bethany Erickson … More Gift * An Advent Reflection
What I learned about longing, cherishing, and chaos from a few days to myself … More A Moment’s Peace
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Why it matters that we are not our own. … More Belonging to Each Other
Ever feel buried by your stuff? Run ragged by your schedule? Constantly distracted by your digital devices?
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Gifts to give that won’t add to the mess. … More An Uncluttered Holiday Gift Guide
Short Scripture readings for wiggly kiddos. … More Family Advent Scripture Readings
Because you can’t throw up every minute of every day. … More Things To Do When You’re Nauseous Beyond Reason