Your Heart, His Home

Money in his bank

By Elizabeth Kelly

My first job out of university was working as a teller in a bank. I was singing a lot on the weekends and working on my writing, but I needed a... (Read more)

Yoked not burdened

By Elizabeth Kelly

Some years ago I developed this little habit when traveling alone: when boarding an airplane or a train, I would ask the Lord to give me the least... (Read more)

Revealed with fire

By Elizabeth Kelly

Bedouins are an exceptionally hardy, hospitable people. I learned this in the Holy Land from my friend, Tony, a Catholic archeologist who grew up... (Read more)

The Blessed Poor

By Elizabeth Kelly

Jeremiah is homeless. He is a slight man and slanted to the right. Some days he has a pronounced limp – arthritis in the knee. He’s lost most of... (Read more)

Your Heart, His Home

By Elizabeth Kelly

When I first moved into the cozy little house I rent, my yard, especially the backyard, was a bit of a disaster. A double-lot and long-neglected... (Read more)

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