Tag: violence

Psalm 76: Warrior God? Seeing God as We Are

 June 11, 2019

We see God as we are, not as God is. Hence, the image of a warrior God, as found in Psalm 76. Psalm 76 Psalm 76 extols the power of a conquering God. It is harsh and unrelenting. God is “glorious and terrible” – two translations of the same Hebrew word. “Glorious are you, more […]

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What Is Normal?

 September 22, 2017

Ordinary Time – Season of Stability Normal, what’s normal? I certainly don’t know. There is so much violence and abuse in our world, in homes, that that would appear to be normal. Physical abuse, mental abuse, emotional abuse, spiritual abuse. Greed and corruption is everywhere. Waste of the good things God has given us abounds. […]

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Remembering 9/11

 September 10, 2014

It was a beautiful evening last Saturday. My husband and I were taking our puppy, Seamus, for a walk in the neighborhood before the Michigan State football game. Our plans were to relax and watch the game after tiring Seamus out with a walk. We were talking, enjoying the moment when a hundred pounds of […]

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Press Release for Land of Deep Water

 July 21, 2014

  BOOK SET IN HONDURAS GIVES GLIMPSE OF LIFE IN CENTRAL AMERICA JACKSON, MI – Honduras and other Central American countries have been in the news recently because of the number of children coming from there to the United States. Patricia Robertson, a Jackson author, gives a glimpse of the situation in these countries which […]

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