Category Archives: Accepting the Broken

Japanese Bowl

  Japanese Bowl from the CD Heaven Below, by Peter Mayer http://www.petermayer.net/music/ I’m like one of those Japanese bowls That were made long ago I have some cracks in me They have been filled with gold That’s what they used … Continue reading

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Welcoming, Costly, Unexpected Love

  If you can’t see the video click here   Have you ever been invited somewhere only to feel unwlecome upon your arrival? Have you ever shown up somewhere uninvited and felt welcome? Jesus was invited to the home of … Continue reading

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Reflections on the Story of Wind-Rider

In our culture, wives, husbands, the elderly, the disabled, the mentally challenged, the broken,  are so often cast aside when they allow vulnerability to seep into our lives. Their scars remind us of our own scars of which we can’t bear … Continue reading

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The Sign of the Scar

Our story, called “The Scars of a Friend”, tells what happens when ‘the broken’ are accepted rather than cast aside and forgotten. In our last post  Azhar took Wind-Rider home and cared for him. The snows of winter melted and … Continue reading

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Healing

Our story, called “The Scars of a Friend”, tells what happens when ‘the broken’ are accepted rather than cast aside and forgotten. In our last post , confronted by the townspeople regardng Wind-Rider’s condition, Azhar promised to personally care for … Continue reading

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