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Read my latest blog entries (below) or visit my blog, Kindling, to become a fireseed who will spread the holy flames of God’s love and forgiveness to people around you.
My Latest Blog Entries:
Grandparenting is certainly one of my favorite seasons of life. I love being with my nine grands, and I love that they are my children’s responsibility. I come away from time with them energized and exhausted. I get to exercise creativity and exhibit calming peace. They renew my youth and reveal how old I am. […]
The adults and kids in our Texas family love to ski, which calls for an annual visit to Colorado. Steve and I were invited along to help with the baby, who isn’t skiing yet—we said yes. Every morning Steve drove the gang over to the slopes and came back to make phone calls and help […]
In Part 1, we looked at what grace is and the encouragement we receive to “regift” it to others. In Part 2 we are considering a few ways we regift grace. When we regift a gift we have received, we must be careful not to offend the person who gave it to us or the […]
“Linger” as a word for 2017 was a complete surprise, but so serendipitous. A new friend used the word, and it struck me immediately. Another friend wrote a book and used the word as a synonym for her main point. And I realized that my husband often invited me to set aside my busy schedule […]
Regifting! How often have you done it? Some say it is sensible: If you already have it, or don’t need it, share it with someone else. Some say it is inappropriate: It shows lack of appreciation for the person who gave it to you. God says He deeply desires for you to regift his foundational […]