17 08, 2017

How to make a Sabbath Box…

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In one of my favorite books on Sabbath, Wayne Muller writes: “Sabbath requires surrender. If we only stop when we are finished with all our work, we will never stop, because our work is never completely done. With every accomplishment there arises a new responsibility… Sabbath dissolves the artificial urgency of our days, because it liberates us from the need to be finished.” I ask myself, Do I remember weekly, daily, hourly, who my source is? Am I in charge [...]

11 06, 2015

The Greatest and Most Rewarding Fundraiser You’ll Ever Experience

By |June 11th, 2015|Categories: Her Voice, Pondering|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

By Kristen Zuray Belief. Faith. Surrender. These simple words hold the secret to great power. They seem so simple, and yet, they end up being so elusive. Every time I think I understand these words, I am thrown into a situation in which its quite clear that I don’t. Back in April, my family took a huge plunge into faith. We decided to send my oldest daughter, Anna, to Honduras on a mission trip with the youth group, and to [...]

2 04, 2015

My Sojourn in a Cul-de-sac

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By Sherrie St. Hilaire When life-wounds accumulate and try-harder hits another brick wall and unmet expectations distill into rage and dead ends outnumber passageways and your last best effort is not only inadequate but it's also invisible--how do you respond? I can tell you what I did. I moved to a one-house spiritual cul-de-sac and declared, "I'm done." I pulled down the blinds and surrounded myself with the red-lined pages of the bumbling narrative that was my story. I quit [...]

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