Category Archives: creativity

“God in the Meltdowns”

This fabulous post by a young mom reminds me of the gracious wisdom my married kids use with their kids. I post it here as a tribute to all the parents out there who stay gracious, and don’t give in, … Continue reading

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Back for Fall

I’ve been gone for a season, but I’m glad to be back. It seems like a long time, but I was glad for the break from weekly posting. My fingers haven’t been idle, though. Here are a few of the … Continue reading

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Catching God’s Rhythm

One of three foci at Faith Forward  was on the rhythm of our spiritual lives. Like  other rhythm, spiritual rhythm is created out of an intentional and regulated blend of sounds, or activities, and pauses.  The spiritual pausing in which … Continue reading

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You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have. – Maya Angelou

April is brainstorming about creativity and invites your responses. See her blog post. You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have. – Maya Angelou.

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