when God’s idea of what we need isn’t exactly ours!

…our dogma must always be in question, because our knowing is always incomplete. So long as we are open to growing, and always approaching the scriptures with humility, and so long as we are intentionally pursuing a closer walk with Jesus, then we will consistently be amazed. Continue reading when God’s idea of what we need isn’t exactly ours!

it’s growing season in Wake Forest

The eyes of all look to you,     and you give them their food in due season. You open your hand,     satisfying the desire of every living thing. The Lord is just in all his ways,     and kind in all his doings. The Lord is near to all who call on him,     to all who call on him in truth. – Psalm 145:15-18 Most of you are aware that I … Continue reading it’s growing season in Wake Forest

to teach is to learn (pastors’ retreat)

This afternoon I returned from a refreshing two days in the woods a little south west of Raleigh, where I had the privilege of helping to lead a retreat for some Presbyterian ministers. I plan to write a more detailed blog tomorrow, but I wanted to post this short reflection today – both as a word of gratitude to God, and a testimony of encouragement … Continue reading to teach is to learn (pastors’ retreat)