most meaningful stories emerge out of interruptions and disruptions to our otherwise neatly planned lives.
The past seven days have produced so much worth writing about it’s like the perfect illustration for the “live like you mean it” imperative
We didn’t come here to go to pasture but to get to work, and meaningful work comes both with its rewards and with its costs.
This is a good day to look at pictures of cemeteries. The stories they hold speak of real people…
The campus of Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia. As we used to say in the early 80’s, “more than just an amazing frissbee golf course….”
the beautiful privilege of living in the light comes also with the responsibility to follow Jesus in such a way that others are invited into the story.
I am so glad that our grandchildren are interested in their world, and learning to understand what we can learn from history.
it is good to take pause when and where we can, and to understand this world from the perspective of mountains, where the long view is the only view that counts
I plan on approaching this long weekend as a pilgrimage of sorts. I will actively look for the presence of God along the way.
The mansion carries itself with a consummate dignity, an elderly, venerable gravitas that speaks of both a past and a future.