Soon I will discover what it is like to be alone in the house after my husband leaves for work. There will be no sleepy teenager glued to his bed and in need of resurrection. For the first time in twenty-one years, there will be no homeschooling routine to wrestle with--a change I welcome, but… Continue reading What if Your Loneliness is an Invitation from God?
When Ginger Harrington and her family moved from North Carolina to California, she wasn't worried about packing or adjusting to a new home base. Rather, she was worried about surviving! Medical testing had revealed that she had Graves' disease, a hyperthyroid autoimmune disease and suddenly, all the roller coaster symptoms of anxiety and a body… Continue reading Love God. Embrace Truth. Enjoy Life.
Welcome to Week 5 of our discussion group around C.S. Lewis's Till We Have Faces. I haven't taken time to figure out how many of us are reading through the book together, but I have become aware that as many of us are reading and sharing our insights, there are also many who are following along… Continue reading Till We Have Faces (5): Why Should Our Hearts Not Dance?
I have invited the readers who visit Living Our Days to join me in reading C.S. Lewis’s Till We Have Faces, and to return here each Thursday for a discussion. This is week four, and the insights offered by readers have been both encouraging and insightful. It's not too late to join us -- click here for… Continue reading Till We Have Faces (4): Work, Weakness, and Sweat
I have invited the readers who visit Living Our Days to join me in reading C.S. Lewis's Till We Have Faces, and to return here each Thursday for a discussion. If you're just joining us, you can find the reading schedule here and last week's discussion here. Living on this country hill in Maine, it’s easy to feel… Continue reading Till We Have Faces (3): Holiness and Horror