Tag: homecoming

Thankful for the Little Things!

 November 24, 2022

When I was raising my children, it was the little things that drove me to distraction. The attempt to come up with semi-nutritious meals three times a day, seven days a week. Making sure my children had clean clothes to wear (though whether they matched or not was another thing). Taking care of sick children […]

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Coming Home

 November 25, 2019

Even though it has been thirty years since I moved out of my parents’ house, whenever I visit, I’m a child again. I feel safe and protected sleeping in my mom and dad’s home. Even though it has been years since I moved out, whenever I visit, I can’t wait for another serving of Mom’s […]

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Home Coming

 March 29, 2017

Lent – Season of Change Home is the place where when you go there they have to take you in. She remembered this as she sat in the back of the church during the Reconciliation Service. It had been so many years since she had last been to church, yet it was still so familiar. […]

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Going Home

 December 19, 2016

Advent – Season of Hope We’ve been told we can’t go home again, that nothing stays the same. Our home is not like the cottage in the snow globe–that glass ball that “snows” when we shake it. No matter how often we shake the globe, the charming home never changes. But our physical home changes. […]

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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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