Stillspeaking Daily Devotional

A Thanksgiving Gathering

Lillian Daniel

My father was not a good cook, but he believed himself to have certain "specialties."


The Death of Church

Elissa Johnk

Sorry, Zechariah.  Read any newspaper and you'll hear that religion is less like Zechariah's branch – spreading understanding as it grows – than a stump.


Think Outside the Water Bottle

Donna Schaper

Worthy of a call? Could I get a rain check? A way out of my home in I-don't-know-how or I-wish-I-could? 


Hallelujah Anyhow

Tony Robinson

Thanksgiving is coming up later this week. 


Bad News!

Richard L. Floyd

There is lots of bad news in the appointed lessons for today.


Dwell with Me

Marchaé Grair

Where do you dwell?


Teach Us to Count

John A. Nelson

My late father was fond of quoting a 19th century statistician and explorer who wrote, "Whenever you can, count."


In Hiding

Kaji Dousa

"Kertyschoo!" sneezed naughty Peter as he hid from the angry gardener, Mr. McGregor, in Beatrix Potter's The Tale of Peter Rabbit.


In the Ups and Downs, God Levels Things Out

Lillian Daniel

People who are facing a serious illness tell me they have a new respect for how changeable life is.


Dinner for Trespassers

Matt Laney

For my twenty-sixth birthday, my wife (of two weeks) got us both arrested.


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