Author Archives: Taryn Hutchison

Uphill all the way

June 19, 2019

Some times I wonder why I do it. Every time I make progress climbing uphill, I find out the mountain is higher than I thought. And the ball I push starts rolling backward. Have you ever felt that way? For every step forward, you take just as many backward. My chosen profession, writing, takes a […]

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Lent and Listening

March 27, 2019

As I forego sweets for 46 days and add another reading to my morning devotional time, sometimes I wonder why I do this every year. Most Christ-followers don’t observe Lent at all; the majority of those who do attend Catholic or liturgical churches. Why is that? It’s so much easier to do something than to […]

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Not Wrong, Just Different

February 4, 2019

The Redbud Post published my article for their current issue–about conflict resolution over current events, with ideas for how to make your way in this toxic climate we live in today. Click here to read the article. You can subscribe to The Redbud Post here. The Redbud Post is a monthly, online magazine written by […]

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