A Closer Walk: Good News Daughter

I am a daughter who loved her dad. But here’s the thing. My Father was not good at expressing his feelings or the things that really mattered to him, and that deeply affected our relationship, and how we related to one another. Unfortunately, for both of us, because my dad had a dysfunctional relationship with his parents, there wasn’t anything in…

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A Closer Walk: That First Faint Whisper

I remember after my accident the first faint whisper God spoke. I sat every day in the ashes of my burned-down-life, not sure if I even wanted to recover from all the devastation I saw. A weariness had enveloped me that was beyond anything I had ever experienced before. That place, right in the middle of…

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The Undoing: Entering Habakkuk’s Vineyard

This is about an undoing. A real fairy tale if you will of a life becoming undone. Webster says undoing means: to cancel, annul, or reverse; to cause ruin. Yep, that’s it. That’s the place. I call it Habakkuk’s Vineyard because of the descriptive narrative in Habakkuk 3:17-18. Though the fig tree may not blossom,…

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