Infinite? As we take our first steps into March, the world is slowly coming alive. Even though most of the woods and meadows are still wearing their winter brown and gray coats, new life is slowly appearing. Tiny green flowers emerge… Read more
Sound of Silence Each of us goes to the forest, the mountains or the beach for different reasons. I go to admire the Creator God’s work and to spend alone time with Him. We live in a world that bombards us with information… Read more
Trees I Have Known – Part II In the last blog, I described growing up in the country. I have fond memories of climbing and playing games under the many trees that surrounded our property. Sometimes the neighbors’ yards also held irresistible trees. And the acres of… Read more
Trees I Have Known I grew up in the country in a white clapboard farmhouse built around 1900. Both ancient and sapling trees filled the twenty-seven acres surrounding our home. I spent my days playing among these trees and climbing them. They bordered brooks… Read more
Whimsy When wandering in the woods, I am often struck by the unusual shapes of the trees and wildflowers. It tells me that the Lord has a touch of whimsy in his nature. I thought I’d share some of these treasures… Read more
Unto Us “For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given, and the government will be upon His shoulders. And He will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” (1) This season, we prepare… Read more