Branches that are pruned Will never fully grow back But fruit will flourish
Archive for May, 2011
History can be boring. Personal stories can be dry. And yet, in “The Sword of the Lord,” Andrew Himes successfully blends both history and personal anecdotes into a craftily woven tale of his own journey and his family’s legacy in American history and in the fundamentalist movement. The past, both historic distant and his [...]
Tonight, while rocking little Philip to sleep and singing Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” to him, I whispered to him at least 10 times, “I love you SO MUCH!” And then I said to him, “I have no idea how Abraham or God did it.” Add it to the list of things I don’t know.