I received an e-mail this week saying Christmas would not be the same this year. As I scrolled down, I found a reindeer with a red nose mounted over a fireplace.
Holidays are about remembering to me.
Whew! Finally the election season is over, and we move on. Two reflections grew out of my musings about the events of Tuesday.
Since I recently finished Alan Greenspan's autobiography, even recommending it in my blog (which I still would recommend), I was disappointed to hear about his testimony before a senate subcommittee
Once in awhile it seems God prompts individuals to work on the same lack at the same time. We can witness it unfolding today.
Is this what we should do? Is this the path we should take? I suppose we all experience times when self-doubt creeps or leaps or crashes into what we are doing.
Alan Greenspan was head of the Federal Reserve for eighteen and a half years. He has written an economic analysis of the new world that reflects on his life and careers and projects where we are going in a world economy.
I recently read Neil Cole's book, Organic Church: Growing Faith Where Life Happens (2005).
At 8:10 AM on May 23, my mother-in-law, Ruth, passed away quietly with my wife and her sister at her side.
I know horrific stories about mother-in-laws that are told in jest or in truth, but none of them ring true with my mother-in-law, Ruth Austerman.