Tag Archives: light

Into a Dark World, Light

December 11, 2018

December is a month of waiting. If you’re young, you wait for Santa to come. If you’re a sun-seeker, you wait for the days to grow longer again. If you’re a Christ-follower, you wait for the coming (the advent) of the Christ child. While you wait, you are anything but passive. You don’t sit, bored, […]

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Brokenness is Meant to be Displayed

January 19, 2018

Two art techniques shed light on the spiritual principle of stepping out into the light–not hiding who we are or the fact that we’re broken. I blogged about  Kintsugi  before, and recently its similarities with another technique, Pentimento, caught my eye. Check out my article, published today. When a friend struggles, it’s easy to respond with […]

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Irresistable, Dazzling Light

March 27, 2014

Last in a series on Eternity. I love sunshine. Maybe I have Seasonal Affective Disorder, or maybe I just like the sun, but my mood is always lifted when the golden light breaks out after a dreary day. This Spring week in the South, we’ve had snow, sleet, sub-freezing temperatures, high winds, rain, and sunshine. Sunshine’s the best. […]

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