Return of the Naked Tennis BallBlog / Produced by The High Calling
Yes, this is another post about the naked tennis ball I found at Laity Lodge. I’m going to ask you to trust me with this. I’m following my instincts. When it comes to things of the Spirit, sometimes you pay attention to what catches your eye or your heart. It is not always given that you should understand. Only that you should follow.
The story so far: I find a rubber ball in an untamed place at Laity Lodge.
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Contributors: Laity Lodge Pilgrim
Published by The High Calling, August 14, 2012.
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