What can you expect here? I blog about life as I see it right now – the challenges, the laughter, the lessons, the adventures, the photos. Join me on the journey, share your experiences with me, and maybe we’ll find in each other a kindred spirit.
Come into the Fields – Song of Solomon 7:11
Come Into the Fields is an invitation to come apart, be still, and to ask questions that will take us into a deeper knowledge of God and the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. Will you come into the fields?
Dwight Gingrich Online – exegesis, ecclesiology, and exploration
This website exists to build up the Church of Jesus Christ by helping her listen carefully to the Scriptures. You will also find some pages with personal content—anything that is important to me that I wish to share publicly. Happy exploring!
my travelogue –geographical and otherwise
I’m a Kansas farm girl doing life in a southeast Asian city, who gets confused about her identity at times. Here you’ll find random bits of poetry and glimpses of ordinary life lived in another culture.
JennStory – Because we’re all stories, in the end.
I hope at the end of my life I’ll be allowed to read my story, to look back and understand my part in the Author’s storyline. Until then, I do what I can: I watch for little stories in my days; I record; I look for meaning, and I love.
Through poetry and stories, I explore the personality behind the universe. Theological and philosophical issues come up from time to time as well.
Rhapsody in D – composing a life symphony for the Father
“Rhapsody-music-freeform musical composition: a composition that is often irregular in form, emotional in effect, and improvisational in nature.” That fits me.
Hi, I’m Esther and this blog contains my moderately curious, generally critical, yet fiercely hopeful thoughts about education, Mennonite culture, and traveling.
a blog explicating poetry and featuring my own photography
The Curator is a poetry publication platform sharing quality work by contemporary poets.
I seek to speak words of truth and grace into the lives of my readers, mostly through essays, poetry, and telling the stories of ordinary life.