Like with part 1 of Letters to Sarah, this is another excerpt from a forthcoming book on living well in suffering. Please stay tuned for more excerpts to follow from this. In case you missed part 1 of this series, here’s the link for it: https://soulscientistblog.com/2023/03/11/letters-to-sarah/ Psalm 9:10 AMPC And they who know Your nameContinue reading “Sarah part 2”
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Dust and breath
With every breath…
favorites, part 1
What are some of your favorites?
Do you see me?
Genesis 16:13 ERV The Lord talked to Hagar. She began to use a new name for God. She said to him, “You are ‘God Who Sees Me.’” She said this because she thought, “I see that even in this place God sees me and cares for me!” Feeling invisible and ignored is more common than we mightContinue reading “Do you see me?”
What do you want for 2023?
Returning to dust
click on link below to hear the audio version of this blog post: https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/ehFVExyXlvb Psalm 103:14. AMPC For He knows our frame, He [earnestly] remembers and imprints [on His heart] that we are dust. To this soil scientist living with chronic illnesses, that verse speaks deep to the soil of my soul on a daily basis. TheContinue reading “Returning to dust”
Ready for an excerpt from Good Ground, Volume 2? Here you go!
Fencerows and me
click on link below to listen to recording of this post: https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/qYDvFXg2Ztb Isaiah 61:11 ESV The earth causes plants to grow, and a garden causes the seeds planted in it to grow. In the same way the Lord God will make goodness and praise come from all the nations. Have you ever compared your life to an old fencerow?Continue reading “Fencerows and me”
Here’s a little different take on vulnerability which I wrote for Christian Scholar’s Review. I hope that you might be encouraged by it. Thank you, Christian Scholar’s Review, for encouraging me to keep seeing the V.A.L.U.E. of being vulnerable with others. Even though I wrote this with students in mind, I think it applies toContinue reading “Vulnerability’s value”
Have you ever written an obituary for yourself?