Tag: Madeleine L’Engle

Psalm 27 – Light and Salvation

 June 4, 2024

Psalm 27 begins by proclaiming God as the writer’s light and salvation. What does that mean? What can we learn from Psalm 27 – light and salvation, about our God’s redeeming power and our need for faith? Psalm 27 – Part One Psalm 27 is written in two parts. The first part, verses 1-6 speak […]

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Rediscovering the Beauty of Words

 June 2, 2024

Somehow over the years, I’ve lost some of my delight in words. Gratefully now, I’m working on rediscovering the beauty of words. History with Words In high school, I used to play with words, at times seeing how many pages of description I could write for something familiar. I mean, how many ways can you […]

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Lessons from Madeleine L’Engle

 May 2, 2024

Recently, as part of the Festival of Faith and Writing, I attended a presentation by Madeleine L’Engle’s granddaughter entitled, Rejection, Revision, Repetition: Lessons Learned from an Unpublished Novel by Madeleine L’Engle. It was precisely what I needed to hear. There were so many ways that L’Engle’s story was helpful. Below are my lessons from Madeleine […]

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The Gift of Grief at Christmas

 December 15, 2021

This post on the gift of grief was first published five years ago after the death of my stepfather. It remains relevant, especially in light of the deaths our world has experienced from COVID 19. If you are one of the many people missing a loved one this holiday season, I hope this post helps […]

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