Down she went into the hole. My 13-year old daughter disappeared from view. Heart pounding I climbed down after her. Darkness took over. Bumps and shouts slammed my ears as I crawled through the tunnel. "Shelby!?" "Come on, Mom!" The sound of her voice faded into the distance. My breathing quickened as I questioned … Continue reading A Fearful Follower
Remember taking multiple choice tests? They were a favorite of mine because even if I didn’t know the answer, there was a 25% chance I’d get it right anyway. If the teacher threw in a silly option the odds increased greatly by process of elimination. Decision making can be similar to the multiple choice test. … Continue reading How to Decide When You Can’t Decide
Remember playing hide and seek as a kid? My family used to play hide and seek on my grandparent’s farm after dark. The person who was “It” counted and everyone else scattered. Light from the house windows and moon eclipsed by trees and bushes cast shadowy dens across the property. It was hide and seek … Continue reading Why is God Hiding?
The ancient tree in our yard lost a branch. Not just a little branch either. The air was still. The day was sunny. There had been no storm. No rain to speak of for weeks. Pop. Crack. Down it came. The wound was jagged, gaping. This mighty maple with roots so deep now bears the … Continue reading Such Trees Are Not Bothered
Have you ever felt like life just needs to stop so you can focus on the problem at hand? You reason, if I could only take some time to think about what’s going on and what I’m going to do about it, then I’d feel better. If only I didn’t have so many other things … Continue reading Of Brooding and Nesting, Roosting and Resting