Risk

Why do our people not offer more prayers online? One possibility: It risks exposing our vulnerability. Maybe? Got several options for work seating: office desk, library couch, lounge chair in office, living-room sofa, bench under pergola. Some more comfortable than others. Other day a big box (from old office) got emptied. Am ready for the […]

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Back and forth

Back and forth between Bullet Journal (with a bad-quality paper journal) and online. Tendonitis says pen and paper. All else says digital. Feels strange, but good, to be down to one online class live each week. More time for writing. Cold snap has us in heavy clothing. I taught in a sweater tonight. The recording […]

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Move slowly

Trainer in the gym keeps telling me to move slowly so the weights can have better effect. Isn’t that something like meditation of the Word and pondering the truths of the gospel? Aug. 13 was my day, officially recognized, and nobody wished me a happy day. Such is the life of the southpaw. No water […]

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Conversant

A quote: “We will never have the kind of church we need until the people of God become so conversant with the word of God that divine thoughts captivate and control our lives.” —B. Mouton, Words are windows, p. 211. Distance often provides perspective. Coupled with disadvantageous circumstances, it can offer needed criticism. But such […]

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Grandkid no. 6

Grandkid no. 6 is scheduled to arrive tomorrow. Praying all goes well. Time to change up the living room, maybe get rid of 35-year-old worn couches, which I think are oversized for our present space, etc. Getting near to launching first poetry book for general consumption through our FPress label. Subtitle has “Year of the […]

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