Monthly Archives: March 2014

Holy

In my search for thin places, it has become obvious to me that often what you might anticipate would be Holy may not be, and that Holy lurks about in the oddest of places. But in all, you really have … Continue reading

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Peace

This is Ammeaux (Ammo). Sometimes we call him Meaux (Mo) for short. Meaux belongs to my niece, who for educational reasons is living far from her family for a short time. Although it seems like a long time. Meaux was … Continue reading

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Renew

Renew means to restart after an interruption. That’s a cool way to think about it. Because there are so many things that we renew before there is an interruption. We renew subscriptions because we don’t want them to lapse. We … Continue reading

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Silence

come from a history of storytellers and detailers, which mean everything is a narrative for me. And the people I meet or even bump into become part of the narrative. A friend of mine says he loves to travel with … Continue reading

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Discipline

Discipline is the willingness to persevere, to be obedient to teachings you have learned; even when you are not quite sure your teaching is up to the position you are in currently. I took this very dark image while assisting … Continue reading

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Presence

Surely the presence of the Lord is in this place. I can feel His mighty power and His grace. I can hear the brush of angels wings. I see glory on each face. Surely the presence of the Lord is … Continue reading

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Reflection

So on a hike with friends a few days ago, we had paused to take some images, a friend of mine commented that she loved looking for reflections. They seemed to always be there, but you often don’t see them … Continue reading

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Spirit

I love talking to the confirmation classes about the Holy Spirit, because ultimately one of them will say “it sounds like a ghost.” And then I tell them that the church I grew up in called it the Holy Ghost. … Continue reading

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Rest

Along with all of creation we are commanded to rest. And unlike a good portion of creation, we choose not to. Oh, we have very good reasons not to. There’s work, school, entertainment, there’s any number of reasons we can … Continue reading

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Praise

On the tiny island of Iona off the West coast of Scotland if you wait long enough, the world will cross your path. Once while sitting on a bus, waiting to return to the island from my day off, I … Continue reading

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