It’s a gray and cloudy Palm Sunday morning with a forecast of rain and snow, even though spring has sprung all around here in this past week. A couple of days ago after a night of long steady rain, everything turned green and the tulips opened up to show their sunny faces and now, just a few days later, … snow. Well that’s the nature … Continue reading A Time for Disruption
I took a trip to explore a new nature area, Cottonwood Trail, only to find the trail closed. A Valentine’s Day storm broke hearts (many areas were devastated by flood damage), but Mother Nature also blew a kiss for consolation. The desert is in bloom and its special fragrance has returned after years of drought. Continue reading Mother Nature Blew a Kiss
I can hear birds chirping outside my window. The spring flowers are just beginning to send up their green shoots as they awaken from their winter’s slumber. Easter Sunday is just two weeks away, but this issue of death is what’s on my mind this morning. “The issue before us is death.” These somber words are the opening words of a sermon given by Chris … Continue reading The Issue Before Us Is Death
Everyone can use the next forty days for change; you don’t have to call it Lent. Together we can be a disruptive force for good … come walk along with us! Continue reading What If Lent Is About Disruption?