1. Thanks for the Memories

    When the people we refer to now as Pilgrims, left the shores of England in September of 1620, they had no idea what the next 12-15 months would hold for them.  They knew that their religious liberties were at stake, their children’s futures were being shaped by a culture they did not condone, and…Read More

  2. What Isn’t Cancelled?

    After months of changes in typical procedures, we are all beginning to acclimate to changes and cancellations. This lighter post serves to remind us that everything is not cancelled.  Sometimes we just need to change our lens to look for the things we can appreciate this summer. So what isn’t can…Read More

  3. Tending your soul during a pandemic

    Soul. What is it? Though we see it in Facebook memes, sing songs about it, and know we have one, what exactly is it? Merriam-Webster gives this as the first definition of “soul”: the immaterial essence, animating principle, or actuating cause of an individual life In a word, it’s the part of y…Read More

  4. Cave Considerations

    Cave Considerations Across the last few blog posts we have addressed the pandemic caused by coronavirus and the impact COVID-19 has had on our society and the global community. We discussed ways you could choose to respond and ways you can take care of your physical body during this time. Today, gue…Read More