In front of her was a Man who was offering her a magnificent necklace. On it was the most stunning stone she’d ever seen. When the light caressed it just right, so many colors exploded from the jewel, and it shined radiantly. “This is for you,” the Man said. “Me?” she questioned, confused. “Yes, I […]

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hemmed in

O Lord, You have searched me and known me. … You have enclosed me behind and before, And laid Your hand upon me. … Where can I go from Your Spirit? Or where can I flee from Your presence? ~ Psalm 139: 1, 5, 7 I have a stalker. Okay, not really. Not at all, […]

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a multicultural family of God

“We are a part of the body, we are North American Christians every bit as much as any other North American Christian, and we are weary, hurt, and disillusioned by the continuing offensive actions of our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. When one part of the body experiences pain, should not the whole body […]

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test test test

I’ve imported my Blogger posts to WordPress, and I’m going to give this a shot. Pretty much same content is here. I’ll maintain both till I decide which one I want to continue on with.

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working and waiting

I quit my job. And I don’t have a new one. Yet. This decision was the most aggravating decision I’d been faced with since choosing to move to Seattle. I felt guilty that I was so pessimistic about my job. I knew that working in the hospitality industry could be a wonderful ministry opportunity. I […]

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restoring the temple

I’d done it. I redecorated. Happily, I lead Him around, pointing out things I learned, things I’d done, things I’d changed—all because of Him. My heart is being changed still by Him; it is being changed for Him. He smiled, and my heart fluttered a bit, knowing He was pleased with my progress. But then […]

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