Peace to all who enter these gates!
There’s a new devotion up in the Chapel. Come see what it’s like to think like a sheep! (I should know; not only have I raised sheep, but I’ve been accused of being a wooly-brain plenty of times!)
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By special request, the Meditative Writing class is now offered right here, in the chapel! Weeks One, Two, and Three are up so far. Just follow the steps, and don’t forget to share some of the writing you come up with, if you wish to. The devotions for this month, which are chanted psalms, may be found under Speaking, in Podcasts.
Photo caption: Taken (by permission) at Chateau la Roche, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Have you yet seen the latest video uploaded on my YouTube channel? I read my children’s book, Jeremiah Bunnyhopper’s Scary Night. Jeremiah is a little bunny who claims, “I’m not afraid of anything!” But he has a secret, and it almost kills him!
Please watch, and let me know what you think! Just click on the YouTube button above, or here’s the direct link. I am actively seeking speaking engagements. I especially love to address themes of forgiveness and reconciliation. Please contact me through my “Contact” page.
The best and safest haven from a hectic life is hiding deep within the center of your being where you can find soul-satisfying oneness with the Creator who loves and sustains you. Springhaven Castle represents that place of safety. In the center of the courtyard, where you are now, an overflowing spring sparkles in the sunlight, representing the Eternal Life brought by God’s Holy Spirit. When the stresses of daily life crack the walls of even that haven, it is my prayer that my words—fiction, nonfiction, spoken, or written—may help you repair the breach.