Category Archives: Spiritual Prescription: A visual faith journal

Look at me!

Every parent is very familiar with the phrase “look at me!” When my kids were little, they loved showing me what they could do. Cannonballing into a pool. Popping a wheelie on a bicycle. A cartwheel. Blowing bubbles. They wanted … Continue reading

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Shiny Things

Shiny Things We were made to reflect the image of God and allow him to shine through us. The irony of it all is that our desire for shiny “things” has tarnished the mirror. I do love shiny things. What … Continue reading

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Be Blessed

I learned to read the church bulletin at an early age and like any fidgety child, I would check off the elements of the service to occupy my mind. hymns, (verses 1, 2 & 4) – check scripture for the … Continue reading

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Day 4

And God said, ‘Let there be lights in the expanse of the sky to separate the day from the night, and let them be signs to mark seasons and days and years, and let them be lights in the expanse … Continue reading

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Letters from home

When I was in college, there were no cell phones, email, or social apps.  So, when I would get a note in my mailbox from a special someone, it was treasured. I would read and re-read it, study it, look … Continue reading

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Fresh Water, Living Water

Thanks to my dear friend David Bannister, I have about a thousand photographs from Africa loaded on my computer. But there is one image – not captured on camera that is more vivid and penetrating than the high definition images … Continue reading

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What are you thinking!?

I’ve had this question asked of me in two ways: When I’ve done something incredibly stupid; and when someone really wants to know what is on my mind. I prefer the latter! Jesus often asked the disciples what they thought. … Continue reading

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