The shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God for all the things they had heard and seen, which were just as they had been told. – Luke 2:20 It is a wonderful Christmas Day! Rebekah and I wish for all of you… Read More ›
These pictures are some of the best I have taken during worship. Enjoy, and let me know if you want any of the digital negatives.
God ripping apart the boundary of separation and reaching into time and space to find me, then gently parting the soil and planting the possibility for redemption.
The big news of the day was Rebekah’s return to church. The first two services always involve simply too many people for a quiet reentry, so she came to 11:00 candlelight.
I’m convinced that we are in danger of loosing the kind of quality of life that pretty much requires sacrifice and long-term anticipation. And without anticipation we begin to lose all the way around. Fact is, some things are simply better because of the wait, and the deliberate preparation, and the longing, and the sacrifice along the way.