Month: April 2016

Become is a process

From the back of the car, three kids sang with megaphone voices. “Keep your tongue from evil, keep your tongue, Keep your tongue from evil keep your tongue.” The melody echoes in my memory, the scene still sharp. Blonde heads swayed right and left along with the rhythm of Steve Green’s song. Little bodies jerked […]

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Heading the right direction

Squiggled blue and red lines crisscross between Kansas City and our destination. The map divides my screen into roads and rivers. I know where I’m headed, but I don’t know the route. This morning I read the story of King Hezekiah. I have always liked it because he was a man of repentance and prayer. […]

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