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,
Sandee Hagen was one of the most courageous people I have ever known.
Our love, in the language of The Church, is a Reformation kind of love. By that I mean that falling in love not only challenged and changed us, but it continues to challenge us and change us.
Here’s a simple question: How do you throw a successful dinner party? Well, the answer is fairly straightforward: Have amazing friends. After that, the rest is easy. Good food helps, of course. Great food is even better. The key ingredient,… Read More ›
We’ve been dating now for 14,610 days. We’ve been married thirty-seven and a half of those forty years, but we’ve worked really hard to make sure that we never stopped dating