How To Tell The Hidden Story

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“Finally, the lessons of impermanence taught me this: loss constitutes an odd kind of fullness; despair empties out into an unquenchable appetite for life.” -          Gretel Ehrlich, The Solace of Open Spaces   I know two ways to tell …

God’s Grace, a hunting love.

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(This article is an excerpt of from Guy Delcambre's new book, Earth and Sky: A Beautiful Collision of Grace and Grief.) What if the way we think about God is wrong, tangled and twisted in …

The Virtue of Gentle Patience

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Grabbing the radio nob, I nudged up the volume. The man explained how he decided to craft a hand-hewn casket, the box they would use to place his 94-year-old mom in the ground. The task …

Family

June 11 2014

Courage to Listen

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Anybody who knows me knows I love being a dad. Love it. Sure, it can be frustrating sometimes, but more often than not, it is a great joy. Like any parent, I look at my son and see …

Culture

June 11 2014

Jesus Rests

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For months now, I have slipped you in between words, crafting fancy capitalizations to note my leavening faith. Maj has taught me to give things names, so I’ll address you properly: Jesus, come sit down, bring your blues take off your shoes. I’ll boil water for tea but …

Editor Letter

June 11 2014

The Way of the Gun

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I remember the first time I shot a gun. My husband, our dear friend Evan and I all took a few of the family heirloom rifles into the back woods of Oregon, about an hour's drive …

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