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Confessions of a Rookie Birder

Devotions by Now Habersham Faith Editor Margie Williamson on what birding reveals to her about the Christian life. Birders are a different breed. Look and see; listen and hear.

Confessions of a Rookie Birder: Majestic birds in flight

I'm always fascinated by watching large birds soar in the air. Is there anything so majestic? It makes me think of the story of...

Confessions of a Rookie Birder: Overcoming Lethargy

We've spent much of the past week camping at West Point Lake outside of LaGrange, Georgia. The birding there, even in the off-season in...

Confessions of a Rookie Birder: Everyday birds

I've probably lamented about this already, but summer is not the easiest time to watch birds. If they're around, they are hiding in trees...

Confessions of a Rookie Birder: Bears, raccoons and armadillos

This year, we've hung three bird feeders that can be seen from both decks. It's great for bird watching. As rookie birders, what we didn't expect...

Confessions of a Rookie Birder: Generation after generation

One of the textbooks for training ministers in seminary made the point that Christianity is never more than one generation away from extinction. If we...

Confessions of a Rookie Birder: Wonderful and unique

I’ve got a high type-A personality. I’m all about the tasks that need to be done and how I’m going to do it. Back...

Confessions of a Rookie Birder

I saw this statement on Facebook this week: “Once you have matured, you realize silence is more important than proving a point.” No authorship...

Confessions of a Rookie Birder

I’ve never really noticed birds much. The reasons behind that is another story to come. But during the self-isolation of 2020, I’ve begun to...
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