The challenge is to provide constant opportunity for them to remain engaged and learning, while having fun at the same time.
It’s not that truth is “more” than facts, or that truth is something that needs the support of fact as one of its building blocks; truth is substantially different. And by substantial I mean the composite substance, or the stuff that truth is made of.
That is exactly where the church should be focused; celebrating Jesus, grateful to God, equipped and encouraged to be instruments of Grace.
Yesterday morning in church Rebekah told, simply, the story of her uncle Pete. Pete was 21 years old when his ship – the Angelina – was blown out of the water in the North Atlantic. He, along with all but… Read More ›
No surprise, yesterday’s post picked up a lot more hits than the average day. Everyone is very excited about Andrew and Alicia’s engagement and we can’t wait to see them both Thursday evening. Meanwhile, Rebekah and I continued our slow drive… Read More ›