I want you to understand where that light comes from and what we are supposed to do with it and where it should go. Light comes from God…
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.
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.
how would I select twelve images that collectively capture the flavor of our Holy Lands traveling experience?
Sunday turned out to be a busy day, with enough adventure material to cover at least three posts. Instead, though, I’ll summarize and share a few photos.
Five years old… before I know it he’ll be out there changing the world. Oh, wait a minute! I believe that he already is.
A miserable heart means a miserable life; but he that is of a merry heart hath a continual feast. – Proverbs 15:15 JOY! Late Thursday morning I drove up to South Hill in Virginia for our favored “grandchild exchange” venue. Cracker Barrel is… Read More ›
Jesus said to him, “‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ This is the greatest and first commandment. And a second is like it: ‘You shall… Read More ›