The Value of Women

By Elyse Fitzpatrick & Eric Schumacher | May 7, 2020 | 0 Comments

  In early May we think about our mothers. This year, with the load most mother’s carry being realized more clearly than ever as daycares, schools and even most grandparents are cancelled; perhaps we can see the value of women, of moms, of those women who have ‘mothered’ us as never before. I’m grateful for […]

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The Incarnation

By Barbara Rainey | December 16, 2019 | 4 Comments

A gossamer veil between this world and the next, division of temporal and eternal seen and unseen . . . Pierced. Light of the world sent by God, broke through, came to us. Emptied … became microscopic, past the curtain to our side entered the chosen cell. From that other world— more real, substantive than […]

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Cradle To Cross

By Barbara Rainey | December 9, 2019 | 1 Comment

Beautiful Savior, What more could be done than Thou has done! Thy death is my  LIFE, Thy resurrection my  PEACE, Thy ascension my  HOPE, Thy prayers my COMFORT. Help me give thanks today and forever. Amen. A Puritan prayer quoted in Valley of Vision, compiled by Arthur Bennett   The incarnation of Jesus … His first […]

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Advent

By Barbara Rainey | December 2, 2019 | 1 Comment

The first promise of hope after the fall, “Her offspring will bruise your head.” Eve, sure her firstborn was the promise fulfilled … but Cain killed Abel, her heart and hopes dashed, crushed . . . But God . . . Like bread crumbs along the path more hints, clues, promises sprinkled. Deliverers, kings, prophets […]

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New Assignment

By Barbara Rainey | September 30, 2019 | 8 Comments

Like a new school year with its anticipations—Who will be my teacher, who will be in my class, who will be my friends?— so has been my life, Lord, with more changing roles than I ever imagined. My name as wife, then mom took getting used to. Then it became comfortable . . . and […]

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