A Never-ending Love

On a autumn afternoon, I meet a friend for tea. We sit outside, kitty- corner from one another, vying for the last rays of sunshine peeking over the roof of the café and warm our hands with cups of Earl … Continue reading

The Gift Bestowed

All this hurrying will soon be over. Only when we tarry do we touch the holy.    Rilke                        A summer morning finds me sitting by an open window in Café Don … Continue reading

Wondrous Beauty

All the beauty of  this world is wet with the dew of tears.                                                       … Continue reading

Clean Water, Food and Fun

Kenyan Deaconess getting water…. I want to give a little shout out for the fifth annual Taste of Loomis on Friday, June 16, 2017 from 6:30 -10:00 P.M. Each year, this event grows and tickets for last year’s event sold … Continue reading

Embodied Mercy

Tomorrow a young mother will be buried next to her father near her childhood home in rural Kenya. She leaves behind her three-year old daughter. Janet’s story is a bleak reminder of the need for improved healthcare for those who … Continue reading

This is Why We Do What We Do

Won’t you kindly consider making a donation today? Donate online at foroneanother.org Or send a check made out to Holy Cross Lutheran Church, earmarked for Kenya and mail to 4701 Grove St. Rocklin, CA 95677 Or grab a jar and … Continue reading

Gratitude and Advent Longings

Gratitude bestows  reverence, allowing us to encounter everyday epiphanies, those transcendent  moments of awe that change forever how we experience life and the world.    JOHN  MILTON, 17TH-CENTURY ENGLISH POET Matongo, Kenya  We’ve rounded the corner of Thanksgiving and moved … Continue reading

Gratitude and Advent Longings

Gratitude bestows  reverence, allowing us to encounter everyday epiphanies, those transcendent  moments of awe that change forever how we experience life and the world.    JOHN  MILTON, 17TH-CENTURY ENGLISH POET Matongo, Kenya  We’ve rounded the corner of Thanksgiving and moved … Continue reading

Gratitude and Advent Longings

Gratitude bestows  reverence, allowing us to encounter everyday epiphanies, those transcendent  moments of awe that change forever how we experience life and the world.    JOHN  MILTON, 17TH-CENTURY ENGLISH POET Matongo, Kenya  We’ve rounded the corner of Thanksgiving and moved … Continue reading

30 million Kenyans cannot access clean water

It was an unlikely meeting one April morning, 2012. She, not even thirty. Me, nudging into middle age (OK, I was plunging into middle age, not liking it one bit).  Mutual friends kept insisting that we meet because of our … Continue reading