If you enjoy photography then this is the post for you. Yesterday I featured our granddaughter’s fifth birthday (Letter to
Three hundred sixty-one days a year, I am a writer who enjoys taking photographs. Four times a year I get to be a photographer who enjoys writing about his pictures.
so many people are nowhere near satisfied, and nowhere close to being fulfilled – yet they are not even vaguely aware of the potential we all have to know God, to increase our capacity, and to live joyfully in response to what is possible!
be encouraged. God’s Spirit is alive and active and vital, and life-giving here in the Presbyterian Church.
We cannot legislate morality and we cannot pass a bill that stops irresponsibility. But we can work together to be more of a connected, concerned, supportive, accountable, mutually encouraging community.
The most interesting nugget I picked up from our visit was this observation by one of the Palestinian Christian leaders: “Our biggest threat is not from Israel,” he said. “It’s not the Jews who scare us so much as American Evangelicals.”
Like each one of us, stained glass captures, refracts, and passes on a light that is not its own. God – in creativity and light and love and grace – speaks both into us and into the world through us.