Simple living tips
If coffee is a good enough catalyst for people to form bonds and become vulnerable with one another, shouldn’t mutual faith in Jesus be an even better one?
The aromas were delectable, but more than the food I remember the satisfaction that came from the joy of loved ones gathered around the dinner table.
As we near the end of winter, take time to consider the things that fill your space. If you were moving tomorrow, what would you take with you?
They were quite the pair, the cook and her kitchen, both a little broken, both temporarily limited, and neither as new as they used to be.
I recently found myself sitting at a piano in a recording studio in the middle of the woods, playing an original tune about finding
beauty in solitude.
I found myself in the middle of that windmill forest on my way to a memorial service for a friend who passed away suddenly and far too soon.
He looked at the field and laughed out loud. “I never noticed how funny looking pumpkins were,” he said.
In the quiet of a Wednesday dusk, gathered around a candle and a table full of food, my friends and I accidentally found ourselves having church.
More than flavor, the way corn grows is perhaps what makes it stand out the most.
There are not many things more satisfying than picking produce off the vine or digging it out of the dirt and eating it still warm from the sun...
In this springtime of new life, may you have eyes to see
the burdens you’ve become accustomed to that clutter your
home, work, or heart, and may you be...
Instead of giving something up for Lent, I wanted to let something go. Letting go was an interesting journey...
Like many relationships, churches, lives, and so many
other broken and often mistreated things, the redemption of
this room took a little vision, hard...