Monthly Archives: September 2012


by Karrie Zylstra Myton (written August 22, 2012) When I was about 12 years old, I decided that I had to learn to French braid my hair. I loved the way it looked when women’s hair moved in and through … Continue reading

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There’s a Song in My Heart

by Char Davenport SWEET HOUR OF PRAYER (An Ode to old hymns using titles) By Char Davenport Fairest Lord Jesus, I Need Thee Every Hour.   When We Walk with the Lord, He Walks with Me and He Talks with … Continue reading

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Contemplating Nature and Faith

               by Ruth Tervol One day Richard, my husband, and I had left Longmire Lodge in Mt Rainier Park on a hike to Devil’s Dream Campground. I told myself, as I looked at the forest around me, that I had … Continue reading

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They Didn’t Meet My Plane

by Martha Grover I look out at several dozen people gathered on the runway.  I don’t see Mother and Dad. It’s dark, but there’s enough light from the terminal and cabin windows to know they’re not there. “Richard,” a woman … Continue reading

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