September “One Word”: HONESTY

September “One Word”: HONESTY

by Catherine Miller “Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my concerns.  See if there is any offensive way in me; lead me in the everlasting way.”  Psalm 139: 23-24 CSB  As we heard in Chris Recinella’s sermon this past Sunday, honesty...
A Bedtime Song for Anxious Children

A Bedtime Song for Anxious Children

By Catherine Miller  I started a book study on the Psalms recently with a few friends and family members online. The book is Open and Unafraid: The Psalms as a Guide to Life by W. David O. Taylor. Over the last two weeks we talked about sadness and anger, and how...
Creating sacred space

Creating sacred space

by Catherine Miller Like many others, I have been slowly taking back my home during quarantine. I decluttered the baby’s room, reorganized the boys’ room, and deep cleaned the bathrooms. Henry and I cleaned and repainted the foyer and painted the front door in a blue...
Questions for reflecting and preparing

Questions for reflecting and preparing

by Angela Jones This “stay at home” season has been a very intense season of growth for me. It has been a season of unlearning certain thought patterns and behaviors and establishing new routines. It has been a season of simultaneously growing in my faith and being...
Reflections on telecommuting

Reflections on telecommuting

by Henry Miller In peace I will lie down and sleep,  for you alone, Lord, make me dwell in safety.  Psalm 4:8 God embedded patterns of rest and renewal in His creation. God set the earth to spinning to give us day and night. He tilted its axis, giving us...
I See You!

I See You!

An extrovert. An extrovert in isolation. I’m an extrovert OK? I admit it—no shame. I need people. I need feedback. I need to hear and see people laugh with me. It’s LIFE for me. When the quarantine order came out, it was as though I had walked into a room—a room that...