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5 Apologies That Work

My husband’s very good at apologizing.  It’s not that I don’t apologize. Admitting when you’re wrong is hard but I always do it when I believe I’m wrong. It’s that the way I apologize doesn’t get received as being sincere.  I’m working on getting better at apologizing and this is what I’ve learned so far. … Continued

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Roped In: Marriage and Mountain Moments

For years, I’ve pictured myself standing on the summit Mt. Baker, a beautiful glacier mountain peak in Washington state. I see it daily, and every time I catch a glimpse of the summit I think, “I want to stand on the top of that mountain!” This past month, I did it! I reached the summit … Continued

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Two Sentences That Changed Our Marriage

I have to be honest, I almost never think about my marriage vows these days: 18 years later! I don’t ponder the,  “…in sickness and in health”, we once vowed. I don’t reminisce about “the for better, or worse”, the being there “through thick and the thin”. It all seems so long ago when we … Continued

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The Necessity of Community

The other day I heard my favourite radio announcer discussing the need for community. “The church,” he said, must work harder to reach out to the lonely. My first thought was, “Yeah, those pastors need to get to work.” My second thought chopped me off at the knees. “Who is “the church,” really? Is it … Continued

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