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Posts By: Mary Sharon Moore

I need to touch things that last

May 10, 2020 Approx. read time: 2:55 min., plus reflection questions I awaken to dawn light, gently tapping at my bedroom window. This is how I know that it is Sunday.  On all other days the alarm rouses me from sleep before the first hint of new day. Living, as I do, in service to… Read more »

Invitations arriving soon!

May 4, 2020 Approx. read time: 3:50 min., plus reflection questions I’m at home right now. I’ve been mostly at home throughout this pandemic. Perhaps you have been, too. What I mean when I say that I have been mostly at home is this: Home for me is the House of Belonging, also known as… Read more »

How young Song Sparrow learns to sing

May 2, 2020. Approx. read time: 2:50 min., plus reflection questions The faintest hint of deep pale blue brushes the eastern horizon along the spine of the Coburg Hills.  The world outside my open windows is quiet, save for the occasional passing car, and the distant low hum of electrical systems in buildings nearby. And now,… Read more »

Little Columbine, object of divine love

April 28, 2020. Approx. read time: 2:45 min., plus reflection questions. A patch of garden flowers catches my eye on my walk along East 11th, at the edge of Northwest Christian campus.  Among the flowers, the pink and white Columbine captures my heart. I stop, and contemplate her beauty. Actually, I cannot see the beauty… Read more »

The memo arrived today

April 22, 2020. Earth Day. Approx. read time: 2:10 min., plus reflection questions. A memo arrived earlier today, bearing news I needed to hear. The memo says, simply: Your beloved McKenzie River is doing just fine. … As are all the fir trees and pine, hemlock, and spruce, the dogwood, the wild rhodies, oxalis, and… Read more »

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