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Of Coffee & Scones and the Owning of Love

There is much more to the art of love than fresh coffee and homemade scones… but they make a pretty good start. Continue reading

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Nightfire on an Early March Evening

A calm ending of a windy day, a fire, my wife and time to talk… this is blessing! Continue reading

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Beyond the Blues

Quiet moments, simple pleasures, the beauty of nature, the warmth of closeness… for such blessings, we give thanks to the Blesser. Continue reading

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Climbing Into My Father’s Lap

Sometimes, we can get closer to God by climbing higher. Continue reading

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A Gentle Summer

The air had been cool and refreshing, a pleasant meshing of light breezes and pleasing shade. Continue reading

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Intentionally Invitational

I’d love to know how many hours Randa and I have spent in conversation with each other over the past twenty-three years! Offhand, I’d guess that if we added up all the time Continue reading

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Talk Time

Our connections with one another are rarely static; they tend instead to become stronger or else fade. Continue reading

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