“I just wanted to sit in your lap.” Thanksgiving in a pandemic. Meg roasted a turkey and made broccoli cheese casserole. She skipped homemade gravy and followed Granny’s recipe (it is best when poured out of a can!). Pink stuff was door dropped in advance. Then our family of six sat down to feast. A […]Read more "A story of Thanks"
Yesterday in elementary school carline someone cut right in front of me. Of course they had a Jesus sticker. It seems they keep the rush in Christmas — not sure about Jesus. When our Preschool Director, Robbi, heard about it, she respond, “Maybe they should keep Christ in their driving.” The church gets worked up […]Read more "Keep Christ in Driving"
“How much does it cost?” We debated having our Thanksgiving Meal this year, but pressed forward. We did make lots of covid changes. More masks and gloves. It will be delivery only. There are no longer all of the options. So everyone gets turkey and ham. Plus Covid makes our office emptier, so I am […]Read more "Thanksgiving"
Jenny McClung shared this on Facebook and it describes our week. NPR drones in the background. Every ten minutes I check my phone. As though the race will be decided. This election has real consequences. So it is understandable that we are worried. In John 6 the crowd decides to make Jesus King. This is […]Read more "King"
Meg and I will be Quarantine Doctors this Halloween. With zero training or expertise our trusted cure will be candy vaccinations. The “needle” is actually a pvc pipe through which we can drop candy into buckets. It is an appropriate costume for our time. Not only because of Covid, but we live in an era […]Read more "Pray. Vote. Work."