Time

I had a birthday this week. A big one, according to most folks. It made me think a little, which is about as much as I ever seem to think- but that’s another story and only slightly related. What I was thinking about is time. Time marches on. Time waits for no man. It gets a little heavy, TBH. I’m not one to dwell on my own mortality, but at a certain age, it seems prudent to take stock of your life. This is particularly important when you consider the way God moves in our lives. Though we hear about them more, the times God makes dramatic “road to Damascus” changes in our lives are far outweighed by the small, incremental changes He effects through daily life. How do we know we are heade

A New Ordinary

Each day, we take hundreds--if not thousands--of tiny actions, many of which we don’t even think about. We wake up, we make our beds, we brush our teeth, we shower, we eat food, we drink coffee and/or tea, we work, we workout, we [insert other actions or habits here]. This is our ordinary. We all have our own version ordinary, a habitual way that we do things each day. Yours probably looks a bit different from mine in how we do things, but the things we do probably aren’t all that different. In her book Liturgy of the Ordinary, Tish Harrison Warren explores how we can embrace the sacred in the ordinary and the ordinary in the sacred. With chapter titles like Waking, Making the Bed, Losing Ke

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