About a month ago I was offered the opportunity to write on letting God’s light shine through brokenness. And just as any other time when I speak on a topic, the Lord allows me to recall and deepen my understanding of my own experiences and those I am impacted by in this life. This past month there has been much to ponder.

Have you ever felt broken?

Unfixable items often go into the trash in our culture. And often so do jobs, relationships, ideas, and even beliefs–at times. In those broken, questioning, unclear times how do you cope?

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Just a short few weeks ago we began our intentional studies and remembrance traditions leading up to the crucifixion, death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus. Coincidentally, these past few weeks have been unusually warm for the Pacific Northwest, inspiring new growth that the awakening of Spring brings. And when there is growth, I am beckoned outside to tend my garden and vineyard. Yes there is weeding to do, grass to mow, but the very impatient need to prune our vineyard takes precedence.

Join me tomorrow as we dig even deeper into this topic of brokenness and lessons from the vineyard.

Until Then,

Sister Angie