On Drinking the Cup…

Sunday, I toured and attended worship service at the National Cathedral. The following are rough thoughts that came to me as I opted out of and observed the Communion ordinance. A minister served the wafer (bread) and then participants walked to another person holding one glass and some drank (yes, from the same glass) and … Continue reading On Drinking the Cup…

Where the Wind Blows

Do you notice a change in yourself? It is a personal change, a deeper change, something working under the surface a while, coming to the surface in your perspectives. I notice it in my sensitivities, and for months now, wondered how to write about it.  You all know I am back in school. Every morning … Continue reading Where the Wind Blows

Lord, be free to move me (reflection)

My pastor transitioned from lessons about the power, presence and person of Holy Ghost to the revival focus for next month. On being filled with the Holy Ghost, we tend to adopt the example of a cup or vessel being filled. If that is so, then Spirit-life in us is sedentary... still... inactive... dependent (and … Continue reading Lord, be free to move me (reflection)

Use More Force (reflection)

When I was a little girl, my parents and my aunt and uncle formed a bowling team. They called themselves "Black Magic." They were good too! Mama once scored a 300 point game. Aunt Ella looked like everything graceful when she bowled. Daddy and Uncle Hi...well, they were just smooth.  To occupy me, they put … Continue reading Use More Force (reflection)

He Gave This Faith for Walking

Blessings, Royal Ones. With this powerful image I hope to remind us all that we walk by faith and not by sight (2 Corinthians 5:7). Let's keep walking. Let's stay focused, especially when we cannot see (so we think) the way ahead. Let's allow strength and sensitivity to manifest in our hearing (John 10:3, 27) … Continue reading He Gave This Faith for Walking