- David and Beks with Geoffrey at the Science Museum (photo by Naomi Campbell) All Jesus did that day was tell stories—a long storytelling afternoon. His storytelling fulfilled the prophecy:I will open my mouth and tell stories;I will bring out into the open things hidden since the world’s first day.Matthew 13:34-35 This morning I want to …
The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing. He makes me lie down in green pastures,he leads me beside quiet waters, he refreshes my soul.He guides me along the right paths for his name’s sake.Psalm 23:1-3 I forgot, apparently, to post my usual "month in review" photo collection earlier this week (thanks for the reminders!). February came to such an abrupt halt …
today I'll share some photographs of our time with the children
ife is meant to be lived, and grandchildren are in our lives to be experienced, and we will simply celebrate every day we have the opportunity to love and to be grateful.
Just like Jesus looked at the disciples and said, "You feed them!" in yesterday's post, today Jesus is looking at his followers today, and saying, "You take care of them.
It's like God has taken Beks and David, kissed them with joy, and poured liquid light into them. The light emanates from every pour as they run and play with such natural ebullience.
Rebekah is a walking taking fun-factory and the grandkids can't get enough.
it's good to spend twenty-four hours with those too young to have learned to be cynical, and also with those who have traveled far enough through the morass to see clearly to the other side.
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not stop them; for it is to such as these that the kingdom of heaven belongs.” - Matthew 19:14 Monday, with one more significant turn of the time machine, our grandson, David, went to preschool for the first time. "Bye, Mommy! I love you!" he …
Morning light streaming in. Grandchild light streaming out. It's amazing how much life - and noise - two small beings can introduce into a home.