Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

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When you think you’ve had enough

posted by mpratt

There’s a curious thing that happens to many writers when they reach the middle of a particular project: They want to turn back, start a new project, or otherwise abandon their current work-in-progress because it seems to be completely fogged […]

Seeking a Mentor

posted by mpratt

When I was first diagnosed with lupus, I asked my doctor if she thought that joining a support group would be a good idea for me. She hesitated, then said, “No. There will be people who are depressed, negative, and […]

Our Time with God

posted by mpratt

If you knew that you were going to spend long days with a beloved friend, how would you want to pass the time? What sorts of things would you plan to do? Lots of outings, going to see the sights […]

Chronic Illness and Pain: Go, Team!

posted by mpratt

We who live with chronic illness and pain are athletes in more ways than one. And rather than isolated athletes, running a solo race, we are actually part of a team that takes in ourselves, our loved ones, our doctors […]

Previous Posts

A Prayer for Stewards of the Earth
Heavenly Father, the earth is Your creation, beautiful, vast, teeming with life, and constantly moving. We treasure this place, we are in awe of it, we find shelter here, and all t

posted 12:11:33am Apr. 22, 2014 | read full post »

Easter Monday: What Next?
A hoarse voice from all that praiseful singing, a stray foil wrapper without the chocolate egg, hosiery with the beginning of a run, achy joints from wearing Sunday-best shoes

posted 11:34:31pm Apr. 21, 2014 | read full post »

Hallelujah!!!
Well, praise the Lord in highest heaven, He is Risen! I hope you and your loved ones and church communities are enjoying a splendid Easter, with lots of love, light, and l

posted 11:26:01pm Apr. 19, 2014 | read full post »

The Way and the Weight of Your Cross
Many times during Holy Week, I think about the way and the weight of the cross that Jesus bore to Calvary. Not only was it a monstrous thing - heavy and cumbersome. But Our Lor

posted 1:39:34am Apr. 17, 2014 | read full post »

Sharing a Meal
Passover and Holy Week's commemoration of the Last Supper make me think about how we prepare meals today, and how different it was in Jesus' time. For one thing, the obvious: There

posted 1:43:45am Apr. 15, 2014 | read full post »


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