Monthly Archives: December 2016

Unexpected Salvation

A copy of this painting by George de la Tour hangs in our home. It’s a beautiful representation of the child Jesus holding a light for His father Joseph in the carpenter shop. I learned from the keen artistic eye … Continue reading

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Unexpected News

I read fiction for pleasure–science fiction, mysteries, thrillers, that sort of thing. So it was sort of a sense of duty that led me to borrow from our library and listen to Shusaku Endo’s Silence over the last couple weeks. … Continue reading

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Unexpected Warning

I’m waiting for an appointment with a dermatologist. Though it’s probably more than any reader of this blog wishes to know, I’ve got a little pencil-eraser-size scab on my forehead that hasn’t healed up in about five weeks. This past … Continue reading

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