Dreams

More Than You Prayed For

Once in a lifetime. We say it often, but Zechariah experienced it for real. By tradition and because there were so many Levitical priests, many priests never had a chance to go into the Temple to serve. If they did get the chance…it was the chance of a lifetime. Such a great honor and rare privilege. (Luke […]

Living An Ellipsis

I confess. I tend to overdo things I love. Sushi by the boatload. Fishing marathons in the backyard. Tiger Woods golf tourneys on the iPad. Facebook shares of the grandkids. Coffee and good books in the early morning. And when writing, I overuse ellipses. Not commas like most folks, but ellipses. Yep, the three dots […]

The Great Divide

It’s a memory as fresh as yesterday, even though I have made more than forty laps around the sun since then. The scope and scale of what I saw were enormous. It’s expanse and beauty breathtaking. Instantly and simultaneously I experienced both heart-racing exhilaration and heart-stopping terror. Growing up in the American northwest, by age 14 I […]

Running on Tiptoe!

She is one and she is walking. Fast! Isabella went from wobbling like a Weeble to running like an Olympian in what seemed like days. Funny thing is she walks—even runs—on her tiptoes. She isn’t terribly stable and she falls fairly often, but she bounces back up and immediately starts bounding like a gazelle on the […]

A Swift Kick in the Ask

It wasn’t much really. Just a nudge in the pre-dawn thoughts on a Wednesday morning in late January–like a poke from a friend on Facebook. I woke up and knew I was to speak at my Dad’s memorial service. I also knew exactly what I was supposed to say. Now understand, Dad wasn’t dead or […]

Black Sabbath

Homes of hope. That is what travelers facing terminal illness found in the Middle Ages in places called hospes–inviting places where they could experience rest and comfort as they awaited death. In these homes, they were allowed to rest in peace. That is the idea behind the modern Hospice movement. Palliative care for those near […]

Veiled In Flesh

Staring into the face of her tiny newborn she simply could not believe it. A gift from the Almighty God dropped into her womb in an unprecedented miracle. God’s Son. No one could believe it. Even Joseph had struggled so to wrap his mind around it, that a dream from the Father was required just […]

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