June 27, 2020 Recently, someone came to my home for an appropriately social distanced and masked meeting. The person had never met me or been to my home before. When he arrived, he was a bit tentative about which door to go to – the front or the side – as he told me later. His uncertaintyContinue reading “Weeds, Broken Pavers, and Sinkholes”
Monthly Archives: June 2020
Be careful what you pray for!
June 21, 2020 Ever hear the expression “be careful what you wish for”? The inference is that when we wish for something, we might not be completely aware of what is expected of us if the wish comes true. When I was a child I wished for a pony just about every day for a year. IfContinue reading “Be careful what you pray for!”
June 14, 2020 I’ve had many zoom conversations over the last several weeks that spoke in terms of hopelessness, helplessness, and frustration: Covid -19 Racism Political chaos Lack of accountability Dubious leadership Poverty Sex trafficking And that’s just the tip of the conversational iceberg! So many challenges and concerns identified and labeled. So much anger.Continue reading “But Who?”
Tired of Assumptions
June 7, 2020 I am tired. No, not just tired but downright bone weary. Why? I am glad you asked. I am tired of what is happening among those God created in the divine image. Bone weary. I am tired of men speaking for women and women speaking for men – assumptions filtered through theContinue reading “Tired of Assumptions”