Posts Tagged ‘ glory ’

The Lifter of my Head

24th May 2017 | 0 Comments

Sometimes in life it feels like the troubles keep piling up. One upon another. Unavoidable circumstances, sudden detours, difficult people. It can get discouraging, wearing, down right exhausting. I’ve felt that way the past few days. It seems like this world is out to get me! I think David felt a bit like that when […]


What Was Intended for Evil

11th April 2017 | 0 Comments

Easter is just around the corner. When we lived in Venezuela, this whole week was celebrated–kids off school, church retreats, even some businesses closed.  I miss that opportunity for intentional focus on the gospel.  And I don’t want to miss it in my own personal reflections. In the interest of inviting you to ponder the […]


What Makes the Difference

15th November 2016 | 0 Comments

Marshall and I are studying poetry in our British Literature class this fall.  We have explored the history of different poets and the philosophies that they promoted–primitivism, naturalism, romanticism. In reading their poetry, we see evidence of these worldviews. Wordsworth for example was convinced that individual humans are basically good in nature, and the problem […]