Just Because You Feel Lost Doesn’t Mean You Are

A writing project has sent me digging for old journals. Stashed away in a box under my bed, they are a record, in smudged pencil and inky scrawl, of where I've wandered and how God's faithfulness, found in the rearview mirror, has pulled me back on course every single time. Who in the world was… Continue reading Just Because You Feel Lost Doesn’t Mean You Are

Reclaiming Our Pilgrim Identity

All of us have a little wanderlust. Born to Wander by Michelle Van Loon

I did not set out to live at the same address for 25 years, and, technically, I suppose my deep roots in this country hill may disqualify me from reviewing a book entitled Born to Wander: Recovering the Value of Our Pilgrim Identity.  At the outset, I actually thought I had been born to wander,… Continue reading Reclaiming Our Pilgrim Identity