Recently, my daughter has been toasting God. And I don’t like it.
Check out the burning bush gig stick! Complete General Assembly reports. I love it. And I want one…
Today, it’s still a great story, and one that easily makes its way into every Bible-stories-for-kids-at-bedtime storybook.
Reading these stories, you know that to be somewhere cosy and bright and with family is to be connected to a greater goodness. And sometimes that’s hard because the house is small and being a little sister and a big sister at the same time isn’t easy.
Memory loss is everywhere these days. Culturally, we seem fascinated with it. It’s like a Rubik’s cube that we keep picking up, not really expecting to solve it but playing with it nonetheless because it’s so intriguing.
I want to consider parenting as a spiritual practice. Not because parenting is purer or more sacred or less worldly than other activities, but because it is so consistently messy.