Dear one who has landed on this page, Hello! The Martyrs’ Cross is a symbol, but it is also a voice and most of all, it is a family. Our family is so deeply happy to get to continue to link arms and hearts with so many kindred souls who want to pray for and remember, through word and deed, our family members who are persecuted for being disciples of.. Read More
Belonging—it’s been on my mind recently. The way the word longing is in the midst of it. The way we respond—and don’t—when an invitation to belong comes our way. We want it, we want to belong, but…when the wholeness of the risk involved comes into view, we often hesitate, if not freeze. Paul spoke of belonging and counting the gain and even the loss of everything (including belonging) as nothing.. Read More
We live in a strange day. Freedom seekers and protectors are portrayed and persecuted as human rights violators. A nation violates freedom while a president watches it’s baseball game. I know it’s not new, it’s all been beneath the sun before, but it’s here now, in our day. Our strange day, our call to preparedness and being a city on a hill, a light not hidden. It could seem hopeless… Read More
Honesty in prayer (and all of life!) isn’t just OK, it is THE way after God’s heart. This is the humility God desires.
I’d been looking for The Place and then I found I’d been found. I was there. I awoke in the house of God. It’s where our inner soul awakes.
In all our glory or shame, our joy, pain and even our apathy: “prayer” is the place of being known and knowing the great I Am. A most holy place has been built within us, with as much detail as Solomon’s colonnade.
Yesterday was Shine a Light on Slavery Day. If you logged on to any social media your feeds were likely scattered with hands displaying a red X — a symbol of solidarity that as a generation, we will work and pray for the end of slavery. Awesome. Now let’s take the next step. Three Tools For You Today: Sign this Petition. The End Modern Slavery Initiative Act could change everything… Read More
Hello to all my dear Readers! It has been quite some time since you’ve heard from me here and I hope this small post tucked into your in-boxes will find you each well. As I am sure is true for each of you, our family has been journeying, learning and growing. I’ve been reading the thought and heart provoking The Pastor’s Wife by Sabina Wurmbrand lately. I highly recommend it if.. Read More
Many of us will read the story or remember the story of Squanto and the Pilgrims today. In the quiet moment perhaps the still small voice, will whisper our significance in the now as well. But can we believe it? Us? Called to be a Squanto “at such a time as this”? A neighbor, a family member – someone could see the faithfulness of God through us today. The expression.. Read More
At dinner last night we were talking about the trumpets blasting of Rosh Hashanah. All the kids wanted to hear it with their own ears so bad. As I explained that we wouldn’t be hearing it with our ears this night but that if we listened carefully we may hear it with our heart, my eight year old excitedly said,… ” I hear it! It’s saying ‘Wake Up! Wake Up!’ “ That.. Read More