Four images for the weekend. Any way you add this up it’s obvious that I am blessed far beyond my understanding. I really do have so much to be grateful for… and I am
The environment is a huge piece of the complex puzzle that contributes to making us whole people. In Romans 8 Paul points out how the entire created order is waiting for us (people) to “get it” to the extent that redemption is our way of life
At the heart of this spiritual practice we must be prepared to pause every so often, take a deep refreshing breath of attention, and then simply respond to God’s goodness with a smile, or a prayer, or a fist-pump, or maybe even a small dance of joy.
Everything I run into, every day, holds the potential to be a means of grace. The images I capture serve as reminders of those instances – too few and far between – where I paid attention enough to notice, to take note, and to say “thank you” to God.
This is for those new to this site, or who missed last week’s series of posts from the Appalachian Mountains. The fall colors; the amazing views; the Blue Ridge Parkway; the community of West Jefferson. Here they all are –… Read More ›
Tuesday afternoon, needing a walk to clear my head for writing, I took my Nikon D3100 on a walking tour of Wake Forest’s historic North Main Street. We’ve lived in this amazingly beautiful community almost 15-months now, and I’ve taken many… Read More ›
Don’t trust in violence; don’t set false hopes in robbery. When wealth bears fruit, don’t set your heart on it. God has spoken one thing— make it two things— that I myself have heard: that strength belongs to God, and… Read More ›
Let the heavens rejoice, let the earth be glad; let them say among the nations, “The Lord reigns!” Let the sea resound, and all that is in it; let the fields be jubilant, and everything in them! Let the trees… Read More ›