Tag: family

Psalm 87: Mother Zion – Why Can’t We Just Get Along?

 August 29, 2019

“He’s looking at me! Tell him to stop!” “She’s touching me. Ooo, cooteys!” Sound familiar? If not then you are not a parent to two or more kids. Siblings fight. It’s part of the reality of having kids. We love our brothers and sisters, but they also drive us crazy when we are little and […]

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Enjoying the Twilight

 November 16, 2017

Season of Gratitude The children are upstairs, laughing and talking as my spouse tries to quiet them with a bedtime story. I sit outside enjoying the setting sun, an unopened book resting on my lap, a cup of coffee growing cold on the table nearby. A sense of accomplishment from a day’s work well done […]

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What is an Ordinary Family?

 February 24, 2017

Ordinary Time Families come in many shapes and sizes. There is no such thing as one size fits all, though American society in the past would lead us to believe this. Then the white nuclear family was seen as the norm by which each family was judged. Any divergence from this was considered a deviation. […]

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A House of Prayer Crafted by Love

 December 9, 2016

Advent – Season of Hope The old woman rocks in her rocker, engulfed in the folds of the afghan, keeping warm in the womb of this house she has called home for so many years. She has lived here for so many decades–lived and loved and raised her children.  And now her children return to […]

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