HopeSpiritualityTravelUncategorized

Judi and I spent the last 18 months traveling on tours previously canceled due to COVID. It reached the point of being nearly ridiculous. With two years of bookings being pushed back, we were away from home some part of… Continue Reading…

HopeSpiritualityTravelUncategorized

My first trip through such an establishment occurred many years ago in Las Vegas on the way to feast on prime rib at a 98₵ all-you-can-eat buffet.

CommunityHopeIntegrityUncategorized

While some things are easy to procrastinate or even forget, certain moments bring us face-to-face with people or causes we value and in those moments, we wince at the consequences of our delay.

Bad QuakersHopeLamentQuakersSimplicityUncategorized

We live in tumultuous if not perilous times. So many folks say so, it must be true. Most days I take this in stride but the time for action may have come.

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Hats fascinate me. Though they present themselves as mere fashion accessories they seem to possess secret powers of their own, like a part of a superhero costume.

HopeSpiritualitySymbolsUncategorized

The first day all the ice melted from our driveway so I could walk down to the small creek that runs through the property was an uplifting day! Soon after, I went “off road,” walking through the woods that surround our house. . .

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“This is destined to become a new Quaker classic with its depths of insight on call and discernment.” — Carole Dale Spencer

“… the book is a rare and much needed Quaker-specific how-to manual for embracing our individual calls to ministry …” — Windy Cooler

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