Reformation change is never in opposition to God’s fundamental purposes but to infuse new life, to de-institutionalize faith, to bring our witness up-to-date, to recalibrate our journey.
I keep thinking about what spectacular human beings our children have turned out to be!
this is my prayer today, for each one of us: I pray that everything we do will be couched in childlike wonder and joy, and proceed from there with both an appreciation for our blessings and a maturing, invitational, life of intentional discipleship.
A departure for me. Poetry. Free verse. It seemed to pour out of a place that was quite clear about
My job as Grandaddy Derek is to love David and Beks with the cumulative love of all these decades, to nurture them spiritually in ways I’m only now beginning to grow into, and to share with them the stories I couldn’t possibly have known thirty years ago because I had yet to live them.
The challenge is to provide constant opportunity for them to remain engaged and learning, while having fun at the same time.
I pray that your Monday launches this week with joy, with confidence in God, and with the conviction that all things are possible for those who believe.
Instead, I’ll share this short series of photographs from the garden. The children love to help Rebekah with the watering, and of course they end up soaking each other as much as the plants.
Measuring, sifting, mixing, kneading, resting, kneading some more, rolling out, cutting, covering, waiting, baking, eating, retelling the stories.
The wolf shall live with the lamb, the leopard shall lie down with the kid, the calf and the lion