Cooking with the Holy Spirit

I stayed home from church today.  I stayed to make soup with the Holy Spirit. Not just any soup mind you, but my own Vegetable Soup. You know the kind, soup filled with chopped fresh potatoes, celery, carrots, turnips, garlic and shallot and fresh herbs.  All of them carefully chopped up into bit sized pieces. … Continue reading Cooking with the Holy Spirit

Emmaus

They walked the dusty road with him not knowing who he was with every word he spoke, a fire burned within yet they didn’t recognize him Are we not like Cleopas and his companion when with us in the dark he walks closed are the eyes of our hearts   we cannot see the one … Continue reading Emmaus

Grief

Tiko Giorgadz, unsplash She sat in the corner eyes dry, there are no more tears her heart ached for her baby boy the world so bright now dark “my baby, my son” “A sword will pierce your soul,” he said he came to die they said but, . . . . I carried him under … Continue reading Grief

Litany for Veterans and First Responders

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE In the struggles we choose and the Crises we don’t, we offer prayers for those who stand against the darkness. God in your mercy, hear our prayers It is right to remember those who gave us the freedom to choose to live our lives in safety and comfort. It is … Continue reading Litany for Veterans and First Responders

A Prayer for 11/13/2016

Likewise, the Spirit helps us in our weakness: for we do not know how to pray as we ought, but that very Spirit intercedes with sighs too deep for words. Romans 8:26 Holy Spirit, this past week has been one of disappointment, fear, confusion and, yes, hate. You, Gracious Spirit have taught us to be … Continue reading A Prayer for 11/13/2016

An Election Prayer

Tomorrow, November 8th, is election day and I am becoming increasingly concerned about what will happen tomorrow and in the days and months that follow. This campaign has been so very divisive, hateful, and acrimonious that I fear for the safety of whoever wins and for our own. The name calling on both sides and the call … Continue reading An Election Prayer