Posts Tagged "broken"

7th day to PRAY for 2015!

Posted by on Jan 12, 2015 in A Community, A Story, Blog | 0 comments

I received this text message from my friend, Janis, this morning . . . . “I forgot to mention that in my talk with Father, I continue to pray for faithful availability and the relationship. As I was praying with the “P’s” this morning, Father brought “passion” to me and to be “present.” Love the talking as we walk together!” I immediately focused on the phrase – to be “present.” It resonates with me as it was a breaking place for me a few years ago. Feeling overwhelmed and strung out from my daily responsibilities was the norm. The daily demands were too much to order and complete and feel any sense of success. I looked around me and realized...

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“Post Riot Thoughts from the British Prime Minister on Family”

Posted by on Dec 21, 2011 in A Story, Blog | 0 comments

a quote from the British Prime Minister – “What the riots have shown is that this moral neutrality, this relativism – it’s not going to cut it anymore,” Cameron stressed. “Bad behavior has literally arrived on people’s doorsteps. And we can’t shy away from the truth anymore…If we want to have any hope of mending our broken society, family and parenting is where we’ve got to start.” Take hold today of the power and promise of all that you do as you lead your precious family! Today as we love them, we mend. As we engage in the conflict of “I want what I want when I want it,” we mend. Today, begi

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Say Yes – part 1 – “Christmas is . . .”

Posted by on Dec 12, 2011 in A Story, Blog | 0 comments

“Christmas has arrived again . . . . Somehow I realized that songs, music, good feelings, beautiful liturgies, nice presents, big dinners, and many sweet words do not make Christmas. Christmas is saying ‘yes’ to something beyond all emotions and feelings. Christmas is saying ‘yes’ to a hope based on God’s initiative, which has nothing to do with what I think or feel. Christmas is believing that the salvation of the world is God’s work and not mine. Things will never look just right or feel just right. If they did, someone would be lying. The world is not whole, and today I experienced this fact in my own unhappiness. But it is into this broken world that a...

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