the luminescence and the glory of the "lilies of the field" tells a compelling story we cannot pretend not to hear.
Friday Potpourri. Five photographs, five short takes.
“I pray that your hearts will be flooded with light so that you can see something of the future he has called you to share. So that you can see exactly what it is he is calling you to do, grasp the immensity of this glorious way of life he has for his followers. Oh,…
I remain firmly convinced that hope is not only a window into the future, but a reflection of what is already real.
After all the excitement of Summer it’s kind of nice to experience an ordinary weekend. You know, the kind that involves men’s Bible-study Saturday morning, work in the garden for a few hours, a quiet evening at home, then Sunday morning church back to the regular schedule. But even “ordinary” turns out to be pretty…
GRANDCHILD NUMBER 3!!! Friday was an amazing day. So rich, so much, so many threads I could pick up. But – with the backdrop of Leipzig to this story – there is only one thing I really need to talk about today, and that is the highly-anticipated arrival into this world (at 6:22 German time)…
happy Big Number Six, Beks. We love you love you love you.
sitting on the deck with a cup of coffee, a labradoodle, and a ukulele.
living in North Carolina is a beautiful experience of classic Americana
living as grateful children of God