“It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.” (Gal. 5.1 NIV)
Archive for July, 2009
I am preaching this week at our weekly gathering. We’re taking a one week break from our sermon on the mount series to talk about creativity. And they asked me to lead the teaching. So if you’re in West Chester at 6:00, come check us out. There will be great music, some poems, a dance [...]
The written word cannot convey, or art or song or dance array your beauty and splendor. And so I surrender to the fact that I must, from dust, ascribe to you the praise you’re due. We write of you who cannot be written. We sing of you who cannot be sung. We paint of [...]
We had a wonderful weekend in Hershey. We spent Friday and Saturday night at a beautiful bed and breakfast. On Saturday, we went to Hershey Park. I have not been on a roller coaster since I was in junior high. I had a blast. The lines were really long, but the rides were worth it. And [...]
This evening, Michelle and I drive out to Hershey to a bed and breakfast to celebrate our anniversary. We will be returning on Sunday. It is a much needed getaway. Life has been very busy. We have no itinerary except being with each other.
In the midst of my confusion, When I have no where else to turn, When my heart is one contusion, And when bridges have been burned, I find your cheering presence Here deep inside of me, And as I soak in your essence, You bring hope and clarity.
Once, there was a man who set out on a journey. He had a clear destination and a map with a planned path to arrive at his destination. He was traveling at a good clip when suddenly his map and the terrain before him seemed to contradict each other. And so he, in a fit of [...]
Michelle, my love, you make me so happy. Words cannot describe how happy. All I know is I love you more today than I did three years ago. Happy anniversary.
We drove through the night and arrived safetly this morning. Now to recover.
Well, we decided not to leave until 4 am, so I got to sleep in. And we safely arrived here around 4:30 in the afternoon. Nothing like good fellowship to make a 12 hour car ride seem shorter. Looking forward to tonight’s session with Rob Bell.