the things we carry: songs and sacred spaces

Message for Mary Sunday, contemplative service, December 2, 2018 This week, I have spent some time gazing at various artistic renderings of Mary and Elizabeth and Mary singing the Magnificat hoping to glean some insight as to what Mary was carrying with her in that moment of song.  As you can imagine, various artists interpret … Continue reading the things we carry: songs and sacred spaces

lessons learned: dark and deadly trails

In searching for words of wisdom this morning, I inadvertently came across this older post.  I'm glad it did. ~cameron Last night on our evening walk as we rounded the bend of the nature trail, I asked my daughter, "Do you want to take the dark and deadly trail or turn around and travel back … Continue reading lessons learned: dark and deadly trails

the psalm of waiting

Waiting is hard for most of us.  Not necessarily because we have to be where we are but because want to get to where we are going.  We may be perfectly content in this place and time but want to move into something bigger and better, or perhaps, this place and time are challenging us, … Continue reading the psalm of waiting