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Seeing Beauty with Your Heart

On my first visit to Norway, decades ago now, I discovered a distant relative who lived in a remote mountain cottage. She was pointed out to me in the village where I was looking for ancestors. I took the risk … Continue reading

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Learning from Mary, the Mother of Jesus

As Protestants we don’t often talk about Mary. We are more likely to simply explain the role we do not ascribe to her. Yet, I am reminded this week of what I want to learn from her. She understood that … Continue reading

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Confused and Forgetful

These two words are nightmare terms for us as we age. We try to make them funny. I have a mug that says, “I think I may be confused but maybe I am not.” And then I have a key … Continue reading

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