Author: Guest Writer

Awkward… Naturally

By Katie Heid We’ve all either been the perpetrator of awkward comments or on the receiving end of them.  We blurt out trite condolences at funerals.  We offer a muddled, “It was God’s plan” to a friend who’s miscarried.  We…

Facing the After Christmas Let-Down

By Katie Heid The Christmas tree is finally down in my home.  We’ve gorged ourselves on the remaining sweets.  Tinsel and ornaments are tucked away, and the outside lights no longer illuminate the neighborhood. Those wonderful sights of Christmas anticipation…

Merry Autumn

by Paul Laurence Dunbar It’s all a farce, these tales they tell About the breezes sighing,  And moans astir o’er field and dell, Because the year is dying. Such principles are most absurd, I care not who first taught ’em;…

Set The Table

By Katie Heid “No one gets an invitation to our church until they first get an invitation to our table.” This recent comment by a fellow writer counts as a major “ah-ha” moment in my Christian walk.  It’s currently transforming…