In her latest novel, Ann Patchett has a mother tell her grown daughters of the summer when she dated a Hollywood star. The story wasn’t what they expected.
It could be that America is heading into very “difficult times.” If that is true, what are the implications for the followers of Jesus?
Reading two Mary Oliver poems aloud each morning as we begin our day has been a refreshing practice that opens our eyes to wonder.
When summer salads make their way to the table on a sizzling hot day you are in for a cool comforting treat. And it’s a great way to share in hospitality.
Once each year, Shepherd’s Harvest Festival brings me an opportunity to slow down and relish the glory of God’s earth and human creativity. The eggrolls on a stick make the day complete.
In this sermon I reflect on Psalm 130, and the calling of God that we flourish, not languish, in waiting. Doing so makes us people of hope.
The people of God have the life-giving calling of being a truth seeker in a culture of lies, deceit, and half-truths.
This book celebrates and demonstrates what it means to be faithful in the ordinary to the glory of God.
Read an interview with Margie on The Cultivating Project about The Place Trilogy of memoirs I have published.
Two books, a compendium of short pieces on the art and ideas that propelled America to prominence between 1945-1968, and a biography of St. Paul.