Many of you will relate to how I began. I was a Grace College student 1962-66. For the first two years we had our meals at the Westminster Hotel, eating the culinary catastrophes Ralph Tucker would fix. Not a[...]
My husband and I ask each other the same question every night, and never get the same answer. It’s been a spiritually silent season in our home. We’ve learned the hard way that if we don’t push ourselves to foc[...]
What does Notre Dame and Tiger Woods have to do with Holy Week? Sounds like the set-up to a bad dad joke, right? Well, you’re going to have to trust me. I would not write a blog based solely on a pun because th[...]
Curiously looking for information on the Third Temple project being discussed in Israel, I stumbled across a Jewish discussion forum. The debate involved the question of whether or not animal sacrifices would b[...]
In three of the four Gospels, two stories are always told together. The first is where the little children came to Jesus but the disciples tried to keep them away. For some reason, the disciples must have thoug[...]
“For God’s sake, come undone,” said no one ever. But what if it is exactly what we need to do in order to see God? Personally, I have been trying to hold it together for years now. Not until this past year, whe[...]
It was the first potted plant I tried to grow, and it had thrived so well I was beginning to hope it meant I had a green thumb. Then one day I noticed that some of the leaves were turning dark. They got drier a[...]
Chuck Winter, retired Charis Fellowship pastor in the Pacific Northwest, writes regularly for the The Good Life, a monthly publication in Central Washington that focuses on faith and community. In January, he w[...]
The young woman looked like my former student. She acted like my former student. She even sounded like her. But she couldn’t be. It had been fifteen years since I had seen her. I remembered her as a quiet middl[...]
It was my first trip to Alaska, and I was deeply disappointed. We landed in heavy fog, and for the next two days I strained my eyes trying to see where I was going. I started to wonder whether the scenic views [...]
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