Kate Kleinsasser

Hopeful Reality from Athens, Greece

  • Celebrating the true Jesus this Christmas

    December 13, 2021 by

    It’s a rainy evening in Victoria square, the center of Athens. The lights on the trees outside my window look like they fell out of the sky and plastered on the skinny little trees lining the square. I’ve dried the orange slices and hung them over the doorway, and when I have a spare baking… Read more

  • No Longer a Slave

    November 8, 2021 by

    I looked deep into her eyes yesterday. She is just a wisp of a little girl, but holds the heaviness of the world in her eyes. She mutters under her breath about knives and death, and is constantly trying to steal more food off the platters. Yesterday it was the bread from the communion platter… Read more

  • As it is in Heaven

    August 7, 2021 by

    I’m sitting cross legged on my leather couch trying to abate a bout of nausea and musing about heaven. Our air conditioner is working overtime these days with temperatures as hot as 110 F. Wildfires are raging in many locations in Greece. Today I noticed tiny flecks of ash on our balcony, and there has… Read more

  • Radiant Women in a World of Suffering

    April 13, 2021 by

    I looked into the face of my friend as she exhorted the woman across from us in French. We had brought a homeless lady in and sat around my table in the early afternoon, searching for answers for the crisis she was in. I picked up parts of the conversation as my friend physically demonstrated… Read more

  • The Horse and Rider, and a Glorious Triumph

    September 28, 2020 by

    Have you ever wondered how the women Israelites felt when they heard the thunder of their captors pursuing them and the roar of water before them? I can hear them scream in fear over the miracle of dry land to walk on ahead of them and tremble as they gazed at a wall of water… Read more

  • In the Wake of a Scandal

    May 16, 2020 by

     It has never been easier to make our voice known on a public platform. Historically, one had to possess some trace of charisma, respect, or social etiquette to be heard by a demographic of people that chose to listen. Today we can expose our opinion to the general public in just a click, however accurate… Read more

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“And though this world with devils filled should threaten to undo us, we will not fear for God has willed His truth to triumph through us. The prince of darkness grim, we tremble not for him. His rage we can endure, for lo his doom is sure. One little word will fell him.”

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