Fear Not Little Flock

Fear Not Little Flock

by Cathee Poulsen There’s that sheep metaphor again. “Little flock.” Jesus used it often when speaking to us about trust. Reminding us that he’s a good shepherd and that we can trust him. But when He saw the multitudes, He was moved with compassion for them, because they were weary and scattered, like sheep having […]

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That First Cup of Coffee

That First Cup of Coffee

by Charlie Riger A long winter’s nap is rudely interrupted by the loathsome clang of a cheap brass alarm clock. It’s 4:00 am, and I grope hastily in the darkness to find this menace and silence it for the next 24 hours. It will be a long time before I develop the ability to wake […]

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The Autumn Leaves Have Got Me Thinking

The Autumn Leaves Have Got Me Thinking

by Cathee Poulsen At 76, let’s face it, I’m dwelling in the late autumn years of life. More honestly, pretty close to winter. We grow old and die in the same way we’ve lived our lives. ~Parker Palmer At the outset, I’d like to say this post isn’t about growing old gracefully. Like Parker Palmer […]

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