Monthly Archives: December 2014

God comes to us in the “barns” of our lives.

The symbol for Christmas ought to be a barn. And I don’t mean the neatly ordered nativity scenes we place as decorations on our mantels or coffee tables; or the finely stylized crèches arranged on church lawns; or the “live … Continue reading

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My blogging got interrupted by a ship wreck.

 While sailing at Smith Mountain Lake some years ago, a stout wind had filled my sail.  My little boat came to life and I leaned out over the gunwale to counteract the heeling of the mast against the force of the wind. I … Continue reading

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