• Mystery of Providence
    What some people call childlike wonder, I often call the great questions I cannot answer. Children ask of the deep mysteries of life with each “Why?” This happens in our house quite frequently, The other night this childhood curiosity, or bedtime procrastination as it is also called. Nora was asking about the rotation of the earth upon its axis and its relation to the light that comes from the sun, or in simpler terms, why is it light in the […]
  • Family Tree
    Family tree (Exodus 6:10-30) Paul writes to Timothy about these false teachers “devote themselves to myths and endless genealogies, which promote speculations rather than the stewardship from God that is by faith.” (1 Tim 1:4). We probably have taken this to heart more than we realize. Paul writes to Titus saying, “But avoid foolish controversies, genealogies, dissensions, and quarrels about the law, for they are unprofitable and worthless” (Tit 3:9). We read avoid endless genealogies and also foolish genealogies and […]
  • A Strong Hand
    One challenge of being a contractor is being able to have client’s picture what you are describing to them. You explain the great potential of the project. I was never much of a salesperson so never told them, picture yourself sitting at your new kitchen table. When we started the project called the ‘broken house,’ I told Sarah this is such a great house full of potential! I saw a house that would work great for our family, she saw […]
  • A Greater Burden
    We often think in our life if we are doing what God wants in our life then we will not see any pain or suffering. We think that pain and suffering are ways God corrects and disciplines. Our life might be filled with cries to God asking the question, “why does this happen to me?” You look our at the world and people that surround you and it seems everything just goes right in their life and not yours. This […]
  • Obedience and Opposition
    Imagine standing at the edge of a river, the line between safety and uncertainty. The moment before you is pivotal, the weight of a decision hangs in the air. Such was the scene for Julius Caesar in ancient Rome, as he gazed at the Rubicon River. The choice he faced was monumental: to cross the river with his army would mean defying the authority of the Roman Senate, ushering in a new chapter in history. In that tense moment, Caesar’s […]
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