Rudolph Live - A Yuletide Throwback Thursday

Most folks who know my music also know Spencer Capier–his contributions on violin, mandolin, mandola, bouzouki and vocals have helped define my work for pretty much my whole career. But some folks know I used to tour with not one but two “Spencers” (often referred to as “The Spenci,” …

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Confronting Our "Holy" Sins

I sadly was not able to attend the 28th Annual Word Guild Awards in Mississauga, but was so pleased and grateful to learn I had received two trophies. The first was for “Best Lyrics” for the song “Just Getting Started” (part of my 20th Anniversary digital release, available for …

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A Father's Day Throwback ...

It’s almost Father’s Day, and I am thinking of the weird and wonderful season nineteen years ago when my husband Mark learned of his own impending daddyhood. I wrote this to him back then; maybe some of you currently have the newly disrupted households (or memories) to relate to …

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ReArrangements - What constitutes a well-arranged life?

I’m pleased to be writing a new standing column for TCW, wherein I get to explore a thesis that (a) spiritual transformation is actually possible and (b) we are invited to cooperate with God in the work he wants to do in our lives. …

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A New Light on a Dark Friday Cry

Today’s Throwback Thursday is a piece I have revisited each holy week over the past few years. As we remember Jesus’ anguished cry from the cross, we are once again extended an invitation to delve a little deeper into the mystery of just what he might have meant.

Psalm 22, …

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