I have frequently referred to songs that speak to my Spirit as “heart songs.” Today I heard a new one and wanted to commend it to you. Josh Garrels’ song May You Find a Light is gentle, encouraging, and speaks to the real need we all have to find fellow travelers on this road. It makes … More A New Heart Song
Oh my… My Star Word* for 2019 is “growth” and I don’t know whether to be excited or terrified. The last year has been a difficult one. I don’t want to give the specific reasons air time right now, so forgive the vagueness of this post. I know that I did the right thing by … More 2019 – the Year of “Growth”
I found several posts that didn’t get published when I thought that they were. If you subscribe to my feed, you’ll find them popping up. I’m leaving the backdates in place because that’s the time they represent. Just trying to start the New Year with no “drafts” in my queue.
No. Not Star Wars time. (I see you out there.) Star Words is a concept I first learned about from Marci Glass, one of the RevGalBlogPals. She credits Reformed Worship for the seed idea. The concept is simple: One selects (or is given) a word for the purpose of reflection and meditation for the New Year. It … More It’s Star Words time!
I wrote a prayer that’s over on the RevGalBlogPals site today. May the abiding Presence of Emmanuel be with you on this 4th Day of Christmas!
Ever have one of those days where you think you might be forgetting something? Something important? Something REALLY important? Some days you get by on a whole lotta luck. (And yes. I gave the truck a lot of space because doing the “hand truck slalom” was not on my to-do list today!)
Earlier this year on Epiphany Sunday, I drew my personal “star word” for 2018. I first heard of this practice from another RevGal, Rev. Marci Glass. (You can read more about it here.) For the last several years, I’ve chosen a word and used it for reflection. Just as God guided the Magi to the … More 2018: The year of “Balance”