Book, 1989, 76 pp
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In this world we sometimes feel as insignificant as a speck in a whirlwind. We have been compared to grass blown away by the wind. We strive for meaning and verification.

Like the windmills on the prairie where Siebenga grew up, we experience the wind - sometimes a physical kind and sometimes a wind that has the permanence and power of an everlasting God.

"Windcatchers" reach out for God. And through their reaching out they know that any meaning that this life has comes from God.

This collection of poems is about ordinary life. As nature touches us, as we interact with each other and as we question life, we are reaching out for the Spirit of God to define our existence.
PublisherWelch Publishing

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