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For those who missed last Saturday Post(s), I am sorry! The Lord has had me active in lots of good things and unfortunately, that has made the blog a wee bit quiet. However, for your weekend reading, here is some … Continue reading
If you haven’t heard, I am the father of the most beautiful little girl ever, Daisy Jane. These past (fast) seven weeks have been amazing. New feelings. New experiences. Lots of new thoughts. One of the reoccurring thoughts I have … Continue reading
Enjoying God’s gifts is serious business (Ecclesiastes 5:19-20). Unfortunately, it doesn’t come easily to the those who struggle with sin. We know how to covet God’s gifts. We know how to worship God’s gifts. But it is much more difficult … Continue reading
How Do You Raise Christians? “The simple fact is that your best efforts cannot guarantee salvation for your children, but your bad example could be a great hindrance to the work of the gospel in their hearts. While you might … Continue reading
Truth & Compassion in Action. “Gay activists prepared to protest FIRE Church in Concord, North Carolina. Their event leader posted their plan on Facebook…We are going to STAND TOGETHER AS A COMMUNITY to show that our love is stronger than … Continue reading
Melissa Edgington offers some great thoughts on parenting and prayer that, as a father of a 28 week old (still cooking in the belly), stir my heart in all the right ways. (John Newton) remembered clearly times when (his mother) … Continue reading
Not only are stories fun, entertaining, engaging, and all around enjoyable, but they also are a powerful means of shaping our character and the way we see ourselves. Stories have the power, in the power of the Spirit, to change … Continue reading
What Happens When the Attorney General Sues a 70 Old for Her Beliefs. The actions of the AG is sickening and infuriating. The response of the woman is amazing. “If you haven’t been following Barronelle Stutzman’s case in Washington State, … Continue reading