Rising

Rising

I’ve made thousands of loaves of bread. I have a very simple recipe that I’ve used for decades. Grinding my own flour, feeling the warmth of the dough as I knead it, the smell of baking bread and honey butter…it has been a wonderful constant in my life. About a year ago my bread stopped rising.

To Look or To Be- What Were You Made For?

To Look or To Be- What Were You Made For?

It’s almost summer. For us that means  wonderful, healthy, non-screen, fun things to do as a family.  Maybe it’s the beach. Maybe it’s a pool or a lake. Waterfalls are amazing. I love being in and around water. Now perhaps you’re not thinking of how the water feels on your skin, or the wonder a child experiences jumping the waves.  

Mourn with those who mourn-that’s a commandment, not a suggestion

Mourn with those who mourn-that’s a commandment, not a suggestion

When John the Baptist died, Jesus left on a ship to a “desert place apart” (Matthew 14:13). He sought time and space to mourn a friend. Yet he was followed by a large group of people. When he saw them he healed their sick and taught them all day long. At evening He had five loaves and two fishes. He blessed them and broke them and fed more than 5,000 people with food remaining.

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