God’s imperative of love broke into time and space with power and with intention. Don’t let’s get left behind with the cast-aside wrapping paper and spent party favors.
This morning I have this image in my mind of a small, helpless, squirmy baby, a newborn with an alter-ego that looks something like this: “Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace” (Isaiah 9:6). Just a baby. Born into a refugee family… Read More ›
Thus far I’ve documented several stages of anticipation regarding the advent of our first Grandchild, David Henry Campbell. “The Granddaddy letters” have chronicled joy, speculated on the future, wondered at the beauty of a simple sonogram image and even dabbled… Read More ›