Christmas is the perfect opportunity to be living, breathing, Christmas cards! Who we are - and how we are - tells the story of the Good News we proclaim. Fact is, our lives are always telling some kind of a story. Our opportunity is to tell a good story, to tell The Good Story.
Rebekah and I love our home, but it's not for any particular architectural features so much as the fact that it is our home, together, something that - unlike this current address - has been almost four decades in the making.
the angels are already out there, and they are singing their hearts out for us. Can you hear anything? Can you see?
I'm excited about this opportunity for a number of reasons, but primarily because it gives me the chance to talk with readers (both new readers and old) in an interactive forum. These classes are designed not only to give readers access to authors, but to facilitate a deeper dive into material that is potentially transformational.
Okay, friends, this is big. Huge, to be exact! This afternoon - October 1 - I took the big step of moving from being exclusively a non-fiction writer to the exciting world of storytelling.
I'm not saying I believe the future is necessarily going to be any kind of easy. But I do believe in the one who holds the future, and I believe that my grandson David's generation have so much enthusiasm, and brilliance, and love to give.
Today’s second post goes back to this blog’s ongoing commitment to discipleship: “Go make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to obey everything that I’ve commanded you. Look, I myself will be with you every day until the end.”…