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Living the Questions

Somewhere along the way I picked up the idea that it’s wrong to question God.  Good little Christians buck up, soldier on, slap on a smile and push through, despite impossible situations, sad events, pain.  Asking questions of God signals a weak or failing faith. Right? Oh, so wrong! Becoming a mom helped recalibrate my… Read More Living the Questions

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The Confession of Mr. J

We ate politics for supper at my house when I was growing up. My “greatest generation” parents had survived The Depression and Dubya Dubya Two, in their vernacular.  We ate politics and world events for supper because my parents knew that what happens in the world can end up on your own doorstep. Their interest… Read More The Confession of Mr. J

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Jesus X 2

I love Jesus. Actually, I love two Jesuses: Jesus the Savior of my soul and Jesús, savior of my lawn. Heaven’s Jesus sees a dry, patchy spirit and brings it alive with a faith full of hope. Jesús the lawn expert sees a dry, lumpy patch of earth and transforms it to a lush, thriving… Read More Jesus X 2