Wednesday, May 29, 2013


Don't know what they are saying, but catchy tune...

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Your heart is greater!

The choice you face constantly is whether you are taking your hurts to your head or to your heart.  In your head you can analyze them, find their causes and consequences, coin words to speak and write about them.  But no final healing is likely to come from that source.  You need to let your wounds go down to your heart.  Then you can live them through and discover that they will not destroy you.  Your heart is greater than your wounds.

Henri Nouwen

Thursday, May 02, 2013


Idleness? When a violent storm is raging; when our enemy is so close that our very lives are in danger; when everybody else around us is frantic with hyperactivity; idleness is not a natural  response. Yet surely it is indeed to an “idleness” of sorts that we are all called.  For the person who wants to know triumph in the struggle, this idleness is indispensable. Those who are weary with fatigue are in no position to strike the fatal blow against the enemy. It is in a certain idleness that we find our strength. It is the spiritual practice of sitting still, silently staring into our Father's face. It is from that place that we find the strength we need to face the tasks life presents. It is from that place that we move into action out of supernatural power. Indeed, it is from that place that we find our very identity and destiny for time and eternity. 

Steve McVey