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Oct

Prayer is the First Step

Transitions. Something we all will face, if we haven’t already. Living in a generation that craves what is known, many are often anxious and perplexed by change and what lies […]

20
Oct

The Work of Gardening

But Christ has indeed been raised from the dead, the firstfruits of those who have fallen asleep. – 1 Corinthians 15.20 There are so many wonder-full moments about John’s account […]

20
Oct

Through the Father’s Eyes

This is Benjamin. He is my 2 yr-old boy, and every ounce a boy. When I walk with Ben, it reminds me of how God must see me.  Take, for […]

20
Oct

Selfie or Selfless?

A recent survey with British people ages 18-24 revealed that “selfies” are their most popular genre of photography. The result of the survey is supported by evidence from Instagram: Of […]

20
Sep

Help us Pedal, God

One of the greatest joys I’ve experienced as a father is when I bought my kids their first bicycle. Putting them on the bicycle and then running along with them, […]

20
Sep

The 12th Man

When the Seattle Seahawks took the field for Sunday’s Super Bowl contest, they were led by a flag emblazoned with the number 12. Later that evening as they hoisted the […]

20
Sep

Spiritual Surgery

“Open my eyes, that I may behold wonderful things from Your law (Word),” Psalm 119:18.  In late December and early January I had two eye surgeries to remove cataracts that […]

20
Sep

As long as “they” lose

Over the last few days, something very exciting has been happening in the Arizona desert. Something that has been anticipated for months. Something that means that summer is on the […]

20
Sep

Are You Rooted?

Antoinette and I just returned from a weeklong trip by car, from Anaheim to San Francisco, along the scenic highway. Some sights were awesome and it made us home sick […]

20
Sep

Audacious Faith

“Timothy, guard what has been entrusted to your care. Turn away from godless chatter and the opposing ideas of what is falsely called knowledge, which some have professed and in so doing have […]

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