I have developed a bit of a habit of beginning my work day with just a few minutes of quiet. The more difficult my work, the more consistent I seem to be. Hm. Anyway, the few minutes of quiet are usually composed of something like read-praying, or pray-reading. (I'm not sure which.) I find myself … [Read More...]
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Wrestle, exercise, and go to practice every day to experience more and more what it means to let God restore every aspect of your being. Don't ever get smug or over-confident toward God; just let God keep energizing you to focus on living congruently (with your motivations and actions in increasing … [Read More...]
I've run up against something difficult today, and I've had to preach to my heart again the sermon about what to do with difficult things. Anyway, I thought maybe it could help a few of you, in case you, too, have run up against something difficult recently, and so here she is. Dearly … [Read More...]
In Ishmael (which I briefly reviewed here), Daniel Quinn tells a story that keeps returning to my thoughts. I will retell it to you here in the way that I retell it to myself, though I cannot guarantee that my memory of it will have entirely very much in common with Quinn's original story. … [Read More...]
KIDS // PARENTING // SABBATH IX. Kids' Books The Peculiar Miss Pickett, Nancy R. Julian. 1972, 91 pages *** Miss Pickerell Goes to Mars, Ellen MacGregor. 1951, 94 pages *** Chronicles of Narnia, C. S. Lewis. ***** This summer my boys were 7, 5, and 2. As soon as … [Read More...]
ART // JOURNALS // FICTION // OTHER V. On Art and being an Artist The War of Art, Steven Pressfield, 2002, 165 pages *** Beate Not the Poore Desk, Walter Wangerin, Jr. 2016, 141 pages *** The Artist’s Way, Julia Cameron. 1992, 217 pages ***** Julia invites one into … [Read More...]