Back on Track

Running with a heavy overcoat isn’t the best way to travel; but I have a hard time laying aside encumbrances and staying untangled. Holy Week is always difficult, but the pain has been overwhelming this week. Christ’s passion is more than I can comprehend, and it breaks my heart to think of His suffering. Hebrews…Read more »

Sorted Past

The most difficult part of downsizing is sorting and deciding what to keep and what to do with what I don’t. The process has been a painful one in many ways, but it has also been a very freeing one. Starting is the most difficult part of any process, so God gave me a three-week…Read more »

Compasses or Covenants?

The road to God is clearly marked; the directions are charted in His covenants. I have been misdirected and rejected more times than I can count, and I continue to veer off the path. Daddy scolded me for taking a round about path to a neighbor’s house. I was very little and told him, in…Read more »

Shattered Heart

Going through the motions doesn’t please you,     a flawless performance is nothing to you. I learned God-worship     when my pride was shattered. Heart-shattered lives ready for love     don’t for a moment escape God’s notice. (Psalm 51:16-17 MSG) I love Eugene Peterson’s translation of verse seventeen because I truly believe that a heart must be shattered…Read more »