Bringing the Bible to Life

Did you ever want to be part of a re-enactment group or perhaps merely fly back through time to sample another era gone by? One of our favorite pastimes when we were little was pulling out our bin of hats and shawls and dressing up. There was also the time when every Sunday afternoon we

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He is Risen!

In spite of the changes in the past month, our celebration of Christ’s resurrection was one of deep meaning and great joy. The week before Easter, we kept up a steady schedule driving to church almost every day to record a segment for the three special services we posted on our church’s website. In our

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A Week of Saturdays

Like the rest of the world, our plans for the month were turned around by the arrival of the virus on American turf. For our family, it meant no longer bringing music to the local retirement home where we have enjoyed many wonderful friendships through the years. It meant our ramped-up practices taking a nose

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One Enchanted Evening

Dad usually has ideas, lots of them, and most of the time they are good ones. This time, along with hosting a mini marriage seminar, his idea involved a romantic sweetheart’s dinner in our church basement and as usual, Dad pulled out all the stops. Our whole family pitched in, divvying up the responsibilities. Susanna

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Winter Happenings

January rolled by quietly. We bundled our way through the snapping cold, breathed in the warmth of the January thaw and broke out our shovels for a brief snowy weekend. For N’gella’s birthday, we went on a family excursion to an ice skating rink where we relearned the art of gliding around on ice. We

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Jingle Bells and Gingerbread

Another Christmas has come and gone with another concert season in the books. We travelled around Connecticut to nursing homes, senior centers and churches to do 15 concerts. That meant a lot of music practice at home! Our big red van has carried us many miles and been a part of many memories in the

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