Some noticers often notice well after noticing

Palm Sunday
To willingly die for the salvation of others is overwhelming.


The Spring Equinox came and went without fanfare yesterday.

But Palm Sunday made Church noticeably fuller with seats “standing room only”.

Next Sunday we’ll be in Allentown and most likely will not go anywhere Easter day.

The Nursing Home will have an in-house service.

This will be a first for us.

Note: i was ready to try a different Church yesterday, but we decided on waiting for now. There’s a Church adjacent to our subdivision, and another just down the road.





On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.

This website is about our spiritual health. To leave this site to read today’s post on jeff’s career health website, click here.


These truths are self-evident, that balance is gained and lost by our habits

Elementary School announcement box in parking lot
Book club February 28… bring on March Gladness


The thing that being spiritually faithful to whatever we consider the center of our loving thoughts is that our faithfulness provides us an indomitable belief that there is something much bigger in store than anything we can do alone.

It is the collective beliefs (good or not) that culture is shaped. (Tweet that)

These truths are self-evident, that balance is gained and lost by our habits. Especially the habit at the…

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Spiritual Wellness Challenge

Know where you’re headed?

Easter is approaching. Spring too. What causes your ‘fever’. Spring or the Resurrection?

With warmer weather looming, we can already predict being easily distracted from finding time to pray.

Yet this may be the best time to slow down, and contemplate the glorious miracle of Spring’s rebirth.

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