Monthly Archives: September 2014
The Good Shepherd The year was 1947. A young Bedouin shepherd boy wrapped his kufeya, or scarf, snuggly around his face to protect it from the blowing sands as he stepped outside his family’s tent. Although the temperature exceeded 100’F … Continue reading
You won’t want to miss the next chapter of Quiet Waters devotions – Ancient Scrolls. Lots of surprises planned! If you’re a reader of Quiet Waters, do me a favor and let me know how frequently you would prefer that … Continue reading
The Demon in the Bottle, part II Drugs and alcohol alter our brain chemistry in ways that mimic pleasure and peace. They are tempting escapes when the stresses, anxieties, and disappointments of life knock at our doors. But many young … Continue reading
The Demon in the Bottle, part I I first smoked pot in 8th grade with a friend at school. We got into his parents’ stash over our lunch break and went back to class high and probably smelling a little funny. … Continue reading
Indian Encounters No respectable spiritual reflection on the Lewis and Clark expedition would be complete without some consideration of the Native Americans already living on this great land. The Corps of Discovery lived for many months among the Mandans, the … Continue reading
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