Day 2-Rediscovering The Allure and Beauty of Christianity

Tonight I'm reading, Brian Zahnd's book, Beauty Will Save The World. I can't shake this quote loose: "We do not want merely to see beauty, though God knows, even that is bounty enough. We want something else which can hardly be put into words -to be united with the beauty we see, to pass into … Continue reading Day 2-Rediscovering The Allure and Beauty of Christianity

Day 1- Ash Wednesday -Revealing the Mark At Taco Bell

First off I want to clarify that I don't know what I am doing-but I know what I am in search of-more of Him and less of me. I made my way down the aisle as the last and only. I managed to grab a program that was title, " Ash Wednesday" from a small … Continue reading Day 1- Ash Wednesday -Revealing the Mark At Taco Bell

Goodbye November-Reflections on Words, The Wind & Wounds

This morning is crisp, cold and calm. Thin ice coats the grass outside my window-freezing ever blade in real time. Inside I snuggle close to my furriest blanket. Whiffs of pine-sol and sweet potato pie linger in the air. They are evidence of yesterday's cleaning spree and today's breakfast. There is a huge empty corner … Continue reading Goodbye November-Reflections on Words, The Wind & Wounds

He had the DREAM, we live it-REMEMBERING DR. KING’S LIFE AND LEGACY

We began our celebration with the viewing of 21 up South Africa: Mandela's Children, a documentary that follows the lives of South African youth every 7 years and ended the evening with the The Butler. Intentional Dr. King celebrations began when my oldest daughter was seven years old. I was disappointed with the take-home coloring sheets … Continue reading He had the DREAM, we live it-REMEMBERING DR. KING’S LIFE AND LEGACY