Where I live, we’re on the cusp of March Break. School children everywhere (to say nothing of the teachers) are giddy with excitement at at […]
As a musician, I have always found it important to pay attention to rest. Why? Because if I’m playing in an ensemble, and the composer […]
Yesterday was the third Sunday in Lent so I took a photo of a plate of colourful macarons. I’m still living with the practice of […]
We spent yesterday afternoon on the beach. A friend had gone away for the weekend and left her car with us, so we were looking […]
Welcome to Labour Day weekend, when, ironically, we celebrate the value of work by not working! For most people outside the trade union movement, however, […]
While discussions about Sabbath have a history of joy-sapping legalism, the practice is one of the more prophetic habits for Christians living today.
First, I should say that when I asked the kids if I could write about this, there was a long pause. I thought it best […]
Ever feel like you work for the internet? I decided to dedicate one day to “no technology.” I give myself a B for my efforts. […]
Work seemed to be killing us. From now on we were going to be Sabbath keepers. More or less.
Last week, I mentioned procrastination. And then, like any good polysyllabic word, it started cropping up everywhere. It’s been that kind of week.
Front and centre were the cheesy fish. Which started with the cookie cutter.
For us, this is the last irrelevant summer vacation for a while. This fall, Beangirl will be starting school, as will Spouse, who will be wading into grad school and all that might bring. Come September, it will be a whole new chapter for us, so this year, we mean to soak up as much summer as we can get.
Over the past several months my Bible study group and I have been learning and exploring prayer. It started after one of the members returned […]