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8 Years of Sabbath

It was the very definition of a watershed moment, a dividing point from which things would never be the same. On October 28, 2011, I shrugged a ratty old backpack onto my shoulders and set out on a trail called … Continue reading

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Feed and Lead to Rest

There were plenty of words that God COULD have used. When I saw the one that He chose, it grabbed my heart in a way that I hope to never forget. I was reading Ezekiel 34 a few weeks ago, … Continue reading

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We are All From Piatre

A woman who lives on a mountainside in Haiti said something two weeks ago that stopped me in my tracks.  I can’t stop thinking about it, and it makes me smile every time. Eve Rose was working on some food … Continue reading

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A Parking Spot, a Monaco Cop, and a Plate of Macaroni and Cheese

“It’s not permitted, but it is tolerated.” That was the response I received one day from a passing policeman in Monaco when I asked if it was OK to park in the spot I had chosen.  My first reaction: “What … Continue reading

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You Are … and I Am

While hiking along the base of this amazing rock formation in Sedona yesterday, my prayer time shifted in this direction.  I hope it adds to your worship on this Good Friday. There are plenty that I’ve missed – please feel … Continue reading

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Go Ahead. Smell a Pine Tree.

I usually glance up and down the trail before I do it, because it looks, I don’t know, kinda weird (ya think?). But it’s rare that I take a mountain trail without at least once sticking my nose into the … Continue reading

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When You Won’t be Home for Christmas

I was in denial.  And it was time to do something about it. We had moved to France just four months earlier, and were facing our first Christmas overseas.  We had put up the few decorations that we had brought … Continue reading

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