Monthly Archives: February 2014


Surprises 6

A simple surprise I spent yesterday immersed in commas and quotation marks, italics and antecedents. One day into the final proofreading phase of my book. Three chapters down, 40 sticky notes poorer. Mid-morning I decided to take a psalms walk. That’s what I call it anyway. You know how the […]

Surprises

Stepping into fields

Social media: a minefield 10

First, I want to thank each of you for being part of this listening community. Your interest and encouragement have buoyed me already. And your comments have been exactly what I was hoping for! Please keep them coming—there’s an opportunity for you to share at the end of this post. […]


Listen… Wait for it… 13

Welcome to my first blog. It’s about listening. I hope that with each blog I write, and each comment you share, we will encourage each other to listen well to our Shepherd.   A day of silence How do you listen when there’s only silence? Fog-shrouded, vacuum-still, stone-dead silence? I spent […]

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