Welcome to my blog about living as apprentices of Jesus! I am passionate about spiritual transformation and about helping others become like Jesus for the sake of others.
One of my favorite quotes is: "Whatever job we get and whatever task we are assigned can serve as a container for grace" (Eugene Peterson in "Practical Resurrection"). I pray that the words and sentences on this blog may also serve as "containers of grace" for its readers.
I ordinarily post on Wednesdays and Saturdays and welcome your comments on any post!
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I was sharing some problems I see in the American Church with a group of people. Several people agreed. One definitely did not. He said “Why be so negative? Just take what you like and leave the rest.” I’ve been … Continue reading
My mother carefully saved remnants from a lifetime of sewing in a closet in her sewing room. There lived a brimming-over bounty of ribbed burgundy corduroy, pajama-smooth flannel, perky cottons, formal wools and tweeds. Many of these cherished fragments came … Continue reading