I have a l.o.n.g. wish list of projects I would like to start (and finish), books and blogs I would like to read, walking trails I would like to explore, people I would like to see, notes I would like to write. The list is so great that at times it can be overwhelming. And in the midst of all this list-making new opportunities often present themselves.
The land of the abundance. The horn of plenty. The cup that runneth over.
That’s life in our culture. We have so much – so much to do, so many opportunities, so many choices. And “it’s ALL good!” Well, maybe not every single thing, but a lot really is…good. But does that mean we need to partake of it all? Or even try? And does more activity mean more fortuity in the long run. Maybe….not. Continue reading “It’s ALL Good…”
Life can be overwhelming. Work, home, health and well-being can sometimes present us with more than we can realistically manage in a day or even a season.
I’ve always been inspired by Elisabeth Elliott’s story. She recounts how when her husband Jim, a missionary, and several of his colleagues were murdered in South America that she didn’t know where to begin. Continue reading “Do the Next Thing”