Traditionally, Jewish/ New Year is a time for looking back and hoping ahead… yes, you got that right and it’s not a typo – hoping (not hopping) – ahead. This past year has certainly been one that has made us look ahead with many hopes and not a few fears. The pandemic and local politics […]
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Hope is like a butterfly… Butterfly hope gives the lion nothing to pounce on. A roar, a leap, and hope has flitted on in an unexpected flight that could not have been predetermined. Hope lives on.
I would be lying if I were to say everything is fine and all is a bed of roses. I realized at last night’s prayer meeting that we so often pray for each other at the surface level. I was challenged as we read Paul’s prayer in Ephesians 3:16: …that according to the riches of […]
As my months in Colorado wind to an end, I realize that I’ve been challenged on many levels. Something that has been a great encouragement to me has been weekly meetings with Ladies from the congregation I’ve been attending. They had just started a study on the book of Colossians when I joined them, at […]
Today was a quite day. Had a slow start. Was expecting Layla and Jon around noon, but a call from them in the morning. Due to a series of Unfortunate Events (watch the movie it’s a hoot), their plane was overbooked and they will only be landing tonight around midnight. But Rich will still enjoy […]