The Ordinary

A return to the rhythm of the ordinary sometimes feels sacred. Whether the extraordinary event feels joyful like a wedding or burdensome like a pandemic, our energy shifts to accomplishing this feat.

2024-05-17T08:52:14-05:00May 17, 2024|Categories: Articles, Carla Aday|

Bread and Wine

We checked in to KU hospital early in the morning where my husband Dave was scheduled for surgery. One of the pastors from our church stopped by to pray with us in the waiting room.

2024-05-01T10:59:57-05:00May 3, 2024|Categories: Articles, Carla Aday|

Holy Connection

Tulley Beard is my delightful assistant and our very talented Director of Administration. Monday she brought a pair of “eclipse” glasses and suggested that during our Monday business meeting, we step outside to watch the moon pass in front of the sun.

2024-04-12T10:26:16-05:00April 12, 2024|Categories: Articles, Carla Aday|

Disappointed

I showed up on a Saturday morning to take my 9-year-old grandson Jacob to the park. Jacob lives with autism and is mostly non-verbal though he speaks a few words: park, train, no.

2024-03-08T14:45:26-06:00March 8, 2024|Categories: Articles, Carla Aday|

Back to Prayer

In his newest book* Christian Wiman tells about the night his wife was traveling for business which left him alone with their 4-year-old twins. He thought all was going well until one of them woke up in the middle of the night and said she couldn’t sleep. He gently suggested to her blue Read More...

2024-02-09T10:20:23-06:00February 9, 2024|Categories: Articles, Carla Aday|
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