Category Archives: Life values

I Was Arrested In College

I was arrested in college. Handcuffed. Put in the back of a police car and hauled off to jail. Before I was locked in a cell, my mugshots were taken. (Admittedly, I was actually quite pleased with how they turned … Continue reading

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Our Capacity To Love

Loving with risk. That’s where I’m finding my challenge these days. Like never before, I can see God stretching my heart muscle in its capacity to truly, deeply, profoundly love. When you’re a naturally loving person, (ahem…which yes, I most … Continue reading

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Home At Last

I was 5 years old.  It was one of those moments when I was quite certain I was going to die.  During my early childhood, there are only two times I can remember feeling as if death was looming. One … Continue reading

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Mist on the River

There are certain moments in life that define us spiritually, brief instances that cause us to pause and notice as a divine meaning is branded into our memories forever. One such epiphany happened to me as I was returning home … Continue reading

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Watching the Light

Nan, one of my BFF’s (ahem…can you tell I have a 13-year-old daughter?) is a gifted photographer. We met about a year ago, although it seems like we’ve known each other for eons! Together, we are co-journeyers. Our conversations drift … Continue reading

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