Category Archives: Family

The Story is Not About Me

Is it coincidence?  It does capture my attention that so many books I’ve read lately are about the Story.  The Bible as Story.  The genre of Story. Each individual life as part of a grand epic drama.  I marvel at the … Continue reading

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A heart set on pilgrimage

Many of my early posts this year were linked to family events, and this one is linked to my husband, Victor’s birthday a couple days ago.  A pastor friend came today to take us for lunch to celebrate, so it’s … Continue reading

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Embracing life’s changes

Daniel and his friends had been carried away from their home in Israel with the deportation to Babylon (Daniel 1).  What had happened to their parents and other family members?  We are not told, so it might be safe to assume … Continue reading

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A letter to a spiritual daughter

This letter is meant to model the New Testament epistles from spiritual fathers to their sons and daughters in the faith.  As a spiritual mother, I long for God’s children to grow in faith, hope and love.  Earlier posts were … Continue reading

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Escorted to heaven by angels

My mom would have turned 84 today.  She went home to heaven last summer, a few weeks before her grandson’s wedding.  We thought she would rally as she always did, but she ended up with a front row seat and enjoyed more … Continue reading

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