Psalm 46 in a World Gone Mad

There is a place in Acadia National Park, in Maine, where you can see the ocean’s strength displayed, see the forces that batter and smash. It is called Thunder Hole, and is so dramatic that visitors to the park flock dutifully to stand a moment and watch. Dark water, surging into a hidden cave, collides... Continue Reading →

Election Year Exiles

So Michael (my husband) is a council member over at GCL, and they've invited me to write for their blog time to time.  This month the focus is politics, so (PoliSci geek here), I was happy to oblige.   When we read the New Testament in present day America, it is always with a degree... Continue Reading →

If Jonathan Swift ran for president…

Deborah Nucotola couldn't have come up with a better idea herself! A MODEST PROPOSAL  by Dr. Jonathan Swift, 1729 For preventing the children of poor people in Ireland, from being a burden on their parents or country, and for making them beneficial to the publick. It is a melancholy object to those, who walk through... Continue Reading →

Remember That Smell

A couple of weeks ago, we watched an old movie with the kids.  First time in maybe twenty years I’d seen it.  Our oldest son had been talking about space, aliens, galaxies far, far away.  Could there be life out there, somewhere?  So we rented E.T., popped some corn, settled back.  As with all old... Continue Reading →

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