What does hope look like for you? Allow Pastor Nanette to help you poke some holes in the darkness with today’s blog post.
Minute of Grace
Welcome to today and a minute of Grace! We walk through life sometimes together, sometimes alone, and always in the presence of the Holy, the one I call God. Check back every Wednesday evening for your next Minute of Grace.
I like delving into the world of ideas. I sorta always have. It may be an outcome of growing up […]
Monday I went home for lunch and to see about Max and the cats. As I’m headed with Max toward the lower level back door, I suddenly jump out of my skin because a sudden and piercing two beeps interrupt our conversation. Max looked at me as if to ask what my problem was because it had clearly been happening before I got there. It was NOT a fire alarm kind of beep and besides those only go off at 3 a.m.
Cooking is not my best gift, actually, it’s probably not exactly my nemesis, but we’re less than considerably close or […]
A few weeks ago I spoke about my friend Jayne in a sermon in relation to my assurance and affirmation […]
I guess God decided somewhere in the beginning that life would be made up of both yuppity yup yups and nopity nope nopes and it would depend on who the human was how they would respond to the flora and fauna differences. The overarching idea being that whether we individually decided the yups or the nopes of each one, we would recognize together that we need all of us for the world to live in the vision of God.
I went for a run today, yessirree, right in the middle of a sunshiny Tuesday. I couldn’t pass it up […]
When I was first out of seminary, I lived in the northeast section of Kansas City, Missouri. The house was […]
Easter . . . then what? Sometimes that’s what a pastor will name a sermon series after Easter, I think I’ve probably done that somewhere in my history. Not this year. This year seems different.
Ever lost something, you thought probably forever, and then randomly found it and looked around to find someone to high-five […]
Vaccinations are going up, covids 18+1 is still a reality, and the virus numbers are trending down, not done, but […]
Parents of elementary and teen students, whom we love and also wonder what or if they’re thinking sometimes . . […]