Hearing God’s voice, cultivating a deep relationship with Christ, and bringing His presence to people around me are my passions. I also homeschool our four energetic children, glimpse God’s love through my deafness and, as the only Mennonites in town, regularly fellowship with Christians from other denominations.
conservative Anabaptist perspectives
assorted essays on topics of general interest with a view of inspiring reflection and conversation
A penny’s worth of thoughts penned in Pennsylvania— read Penny Letters, a motley collection of candid stories with original photos.
Radi-Call – calling young Anabaptists back to The Root
Radi-Call is a group of conservative Anabaptist youth from different states and church backgrounds who share a common love for Jesus Christ.
The Days of My Life – Kendra Landis
This blog began when I was a single missionary trying to keep in touch with people back home. As I transitioned to being a married homemaker, and then to being a mother, the content and major themes have changed, but in general, it is as the title says–The Days of My Life, and the joys, struggles, humour, and tears that those days bring.
Realizing one version of “the good life,” one day at a time. I believe, like James wrote, that “every Good & Perfect thing is from the Father above”. So I’m filling my little corner of the internet with record of the good things He’s showing + giving me.
Thoughts about living well and walking toward wholeness on this side of Eden. A globe-trotter’s guide to simplicity, beauty, and serendipity in normal life.
Ultimate Metaphor – when earth mimics heaven
As a middle school English teacher who often notices metaphors, I love seeing how God uses mundane life to show who He is and who He is not. Richard Foster says “The material world is created, in part, so as to make visible…the realm of the invisible.”
WrittenDownBig – a canvas for wonderings, thinkings and discoveries
I write about literature, subjects I care about, and the stuff of daily life.