Monthly Archives: September 2016

flashlights and fires

I have had song lyrics playing in my mind for the past few mornings. It’s the same song, each time, Come let it, come let it, come let it shine.  The words are calling me like a whisper to enter a … Continue reading

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Refrain and reframe

I love to people watch. It’s a weird past time, but I do it often. Passing people on my way to work I wonder what they are going to do that day, are they happy, are they carrying burdens?  Today, … Continue reading

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rocks in the pack

When I was in college, I worked for a Scouting camp in New Mexico. The main activity for the Scouts was hiking and each season thousands of scouts would come explore the Sangre de Christo Mountains.  It was a once-in-a-lifetime … Continue reading

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seeking Him

With the change in our family schedules this week, I have found myself with about fifteen minutes of my own before I leave the house. Back, a million seasons ago, I used to spend time in prayer before my day began. … Continue reading

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