A Quiet Easter

It feels strange to be sitting here on the couch in my pyjamas on this beautiful Palm Sunday morning, knowing that I won’t journey through Holy Week with my church family...at least not in the way we are used to! As much as I love Christmas and all its traditions and celebrations, I will admit … Continue reading A Quiet Easter

“all the air with colour is aglow”

Last week I was musing about wide-open eyes and the hope of limitless beauty. This week I was reading a poem about The Annunciation by Charlotte Mason that reminded me of how blind we can sometimes be. She highlighted the idea that we often forget the plain white light, shining all around us, actually holds … Continue reading “all the air with colour is aglow”

They say a trip to the Holy Land is life-changing…

Two years ago today I landed in Israel for the first time. I went reluctantly. A trip to the Holy Land was PJ’s dream. I was nervous. For me, it was like strapping into a scary roller coaster — clenching my fists, closing my eyes, holding my breath, and willing it to be over as … Continue reading They say a trip to the Holy Land is life-changing…

Worship with Us – Jan. 17/16

Well, here's something a bit different for the blog tonight...an overdue invitation to worship with us - last Sunday!  Last Sunday PJ preached from a very challenging passage in Colossians (3:18-4:1).  He handled it beautifully, and I thought it would be worth sharing here to bless you.  Married, single, single again...whatever our situation, there is … Continue reading Worship with Us – Jan. 17/16