Posts Tagged "Doubt"


Ring the bells that still can ring Forget your perfect offering There is a crack, a crack in everything That’s how the light gets in. Anthem – by Leonard Cohen Dear Readers, Going on four years ago now I started up this site. I was the church girl who had found myself stranded on the side of the road terrified to admit that the faith I had built my life on was breaking to pieces. Protestant, conservative Christianity in its many forms...

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    Dear Readers, As I discussed yesterday, I have been pondering the ideas in this letter for weeks, ever since I read Glennon Melton’s newest book Love Warrior. Then the events of this past weekend happened, and our crazy American election only managed to further remind me just how  hard it is to be a girl in today’s world. The sheltered, innocent little girl I was so many years ago, would have understood so...

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Dear Readers, I have a shorter number of links to share this week. It has been a busy day filled with family stuff and a teething puppy. Heaven help me if she finds another shoe. This puppy training gig is no joke. But then you find her sleeping so sweetly like this for once in her bed, and you wonder how are you exactly supposed to stay angry?     I just have to remind myself that we have a border collie puppy on our hands...

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  Welcome Back Readers, I hope this Tuesday afternoon finds you all well. Feel free to grab a cup of coffee or a glass of tea and enjoy these great finds I have for you. On Authors Whose Words Changed My Life There are a few authors in this world, who I can say that their words truly changed my life. Books have always reached me in a way that little else could since I was a little girl. I have always been the girl with her nose...

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The Townhall: A New Approach

The Townhall: A New Approach


Posted By on Mar 4, 2015

  I was thinking over the past few days as I have been gathering voices and stories to share that I want to expand the circle here. In the past I have usually just looked for stories and voices that uplift me, challenge me, or inspire me in some part of my life–most particularly my faith and the kind of person that I am and want to be. This is not going to change, but I also realize that there is more to life and more to me...

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