Devotionals By Kaji Douša

Devotionals By Kaji Douša

God is still sleeping

Kaji Douša

The idea of Jesus sleeping seems…bizarre.


Killers Like Me

Kaji Douša

With a deep sigh, I watched as he walked away, having left a beautiful urn of what was described as a hearty bush--"You really can't kill it, trust me"--and some resilient flowers in the perfect spot.


Just Love

Kaji Douša

I do whatever I can to avoid talking about sex in church.


Cup of Water Crisis

Kaji Douša

Things were different, she noticed. "His bones hurt," her son told her.


Expecting an Answer

Kaji Dousa

Are you prepared to trust in God's response?


The Value of the Dark

Kaji Douša

The "darkness" that "isn't dark to you, O God," according to my favorite Psalm, 139, is a tough term to unpack.


Donna of the Night

Kaji Douša

Several hours with my shero last week taught me something new about Psalm 134.


Still Life Goes On

Kaji Douša

In all that we do, we hold a basket of fruit into which we and the others around us make an offering.  

 


Listen

Kaji Douša

What if God's voice were in a higher register than we were prepared to hear?


He Bought the Flowers Himself

Kaji Douša

He looked for excuses to buy me flowers.