Borrowed Views

It is a beautiful day for a “prayerful walk” in Botanic Gardens. I am headed over to the Serpentine Bridge, when I pass the sign to the “Council Ring.”  It’s one of those places that isn’t on the way to anything else. – a “destination” kind of place – a quiet reflective place to sit,…

Inflow/Outflow by Melissa Hurst

The background of this Guest Post by Melissa Garber Hurst, PA: I suspect that some of you following this blog are thinking that all this time for listening for God is for those of us in the ” second half of life”  because we have time.  I would have been thinking the same thing!  So today I focus…

Blessed Be Your Name? . !

As Worship Choir Members, we are encouraged to spend time with one of the songs until it becomes a part of us, as a way of preparing our hearts to lead worship. Last night at choir practice we practiced, “Blessed Be Your Name” by Matt Redman. I find a strange disinterest in this song tonight…

It’s the “October-almost-November” feeling

I wrote the “October-almost-November” Feeling a few years after Gordon died and first posted it last year.  It references the “anniversay reaction/grief” as it is commonly known. This year it’s a bit more noticeable for a couple reasons I suppose. 1)  It’s the anniversary where I can say,” 6 years ago  to the very day…”  This anniversary seems more poignant for that…

Signs, The Future and Trust

  Lord, As I walk into the Gardens today, I ask You to help me be aware pay attention Perhaps there is something here you want me to see something you want to tell me today. My mind has been full of questions . . . . mostly questions about the future where will we…….

Green Pastures, Still Waters and Refreshing

The last couple of days I have been spending time in Psalm 23 The first few verses are what has captured my heart: 1 The LORD is my shepherd, I lack nothing.  2 He makes me lie down in green pastures,      he leads me beside quiet waters,  3 he refreshes my soul. Lord,  I…