“So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.” – 1 Corinthians 10:31 I am trying hard not to get carried away here; but if you combine today’s post with yesterday’s “live music in church” celebration, it would be easy to detect a pattern, and that…
Love each other with genuine affection, and take delight in honoring each other. – Romans 12:10 I will happily go on record as saying this “Christmas without other people” situation is terrible on every level. Yes, we’re doing our best; yes, I understand the science behind social distancing; and, yes, I believe we will move…
Jesus speaks truth and life and grace into our lives today...
worth passing on from the grandchildren!
There's a little summer left. So get out there and enjoy your family!
When you consider how you want your next family photo-session to go... love one-another more intentionally and eloquently between now and then. I guarantee it will make all the difference when you stop and smile for the camera.
All this reminds me that we are constantly journeying, always experiencing life from new angles, never taking anything for granted, finding something new and rich around every corner.
We live in an age where - for all the emphasis on "Social Networks" - people are increasingly isolated, fragments, and polarized. Our weekend in Tennessee served as a powerful reminder that we are beings created for community,
a liberating thread of thoughtfulness in a society where were are so quick to judge one another without regard to heart.
rejecting the false narrative that values priorities that do not satisfy at the expense of what's really important,