by Patricia Lach Kreutzwieser
Warning: To literary purists, the following may be disturbing.
I do not enjoy reading. I said it. The endorphins of many people break the scale when talking about the latest book, but my eyes glaze over when discussing even a best seller. My secret had been shared with only a trusted few until one fateful afternoon about 15 years ago. Continue reading “The devotional life of a non-reader”
by Laurie Schaeffer
I was sitting in my favourite spot toward the end of the service—on the organ bench. We were using that new service that I really liked, “Prayer and Preaching.” We’d come to the part, before the sermon, where everyone recited the Ten Commandments, the Apostles’ Creed… I close my eyes to concentrate and start reciting from memory. Continue reading “I had no idea what came next”