The Only Way to Stay Above Water

The Only Way to Stay Above Water

It’s here. The first day of December. It hasn’t started to snow here in Minnesota yet, but I’m holding out hope for a white Christmas just the same and I made it snow on my blog. So there, weather. Today is a BIG day. It’s the first of...
What We Can Do When Evil is Easier to See

What We Can Do When Evil is Easier to See

Twenty-seven years later, Jacob Wetterling has been found. The horrific details have been dredged out and pushed into the light, and collectively we begin again the grieving process of a boy most of us never met, but whom all of us mourned. He changed our Minnesotan...
On Embracing Rest {part 2}

On Embracing Rest {part 2}

This is the second post in a three-part series on Embracing Rest. In case you missed it, here’s Part 1. So why do we resist rest? Rest isn’t just for stressed out busy people; rest is for the everyday people whose lives are full of good things. Rest is for the...
On Embracing Rest {part 1}

On Embracing Rest {part 1}

My life right now is not very conducive to embracing rest. My life right now is not very simplified… but I’m craving both rest and simplicity. Rest does not equal sleep. Rest is defined in several ways, and yes – sleep is one of them – but the definition of rest also...
On Embracing What the Trees Know

On Embracing What the Trees Know

The trees know winter is coming, and they’re preparing for it from the inside out. I’m not quite sure how to process this knowledge that the trees have, but it feels important, kind of enormous. The trees flourish even (mostly?) in their dying. God has built Truth and...
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