I recall singing that old hymn, “Where the Roses Never Fade” at funerals. Tears fell down as people gathered to say their last farewell to a lost loved one. During those times, when words never seem enough, I’m always grateful for the promise of a life that never ends. I am going to a city … Continue reading Life That Lasts
I want to stay open to the stirrings of God’s Spirit more often this year. He is pursuing us daily but I so often miss those moments. This year, I want to be more tuned in. With all that science, can you tell me how light enters the soul?” Henry David Thoreau. Discovering God’s love is like… Continue reading Staying Open
The trees look forlorn under the weight of a September snowfall, an early reminder of the chills to come. My mind drifts to any number of friends that might be waking up today feeling like those branches. The grief for a lost love one, the concern for a troubled relative, the hoping against hope for… Continue reading Beguiled By Love
The wedding party of smartly dressed young men and colourful bridesmaids lined the front of the chapel as the bride glided slowly up the aisle to meet her husband-to-be. At the right time, I began to recite, “Dearly beloved we are gathered here today . . . . ” Within any wedding crowd there are… Continue reading Love That Won’t Tie You Up.