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...
Great Is Thy Faithfulness

Great Is Thy Faithfulness

by Catherine Miller Great is thy faithfulness, O God my Father;  there is no shadow of turning with thee;  thou changest not, thy compassions, they fail not;  as thou hast been thou forever wilt be.  The author of the hymn text “Great is Thy...
Grief

Grief

by Angela Jones I wish I didn’t know grief as well as I do but I’m very familiar. I can point to at least six distinct times that I have experienced intense grief in my life—each one a unique experience that I experienced spiritually, emotionally, mentally, and...