Whatever your life endeavors might be — writing, acting, parenting, marriage, teaching, ministry— take to heart the words of those who have been successful before us. And enjoy!
My hope is to make Wednesday’s Words an every now and again event. These posts will feature the words of others in writing or other art forms. Today’s words are words fitting for the times we are living in and should all be putting into action. Image attribution (dictionary/lamp): Flickr via Brian Sawyer
Whisper is an intriguing word. It’s a word that can mean more than the soft, hushed undertones of the voice. For example, the dahlia above is faintly colored, somewhat hushed and faded, with a whisper of pink. On Sunday, a guest pastor shared the morning’s message of Pentecost with our children. She asked a […]
Tonight while thinking of something happening in our lives soon, I couldn’t help thinking of the word, “advent.” Not the capitalized Advent preparing the way for the celebration of Jesus’s birth. But another type of advent when something important is beginning, approaching, or coming soon. An event that is upcoming usually requires some preparation, planning, […]
Lots of folks make resolutions each new year. Others set specific goals. I’ve never been successful with either. As I attempt to live in the slow lane, I’m putting aside such organized planning for my life. Instead, I’ve chosen the word “contemplate” to guide me through my next year. Slowing down has shown me areas in […]