Fearfully Safe

A friend shared this with me from Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening: “The Lord is slow to anger, and great in power.” — Nahum 1:3 …Dear reader, what is your state this evening? Can you by humble faith look to Jesus, … Read More

The place of weeping

Here is a quotation from John Bunyan’s “Pilgrim’s Progress” which I found thought provoking: Hon. But what should be the reason that such a good man should be all his days so much in the dark? Great-heart. There are two … Read More

My Weakness

As we have been getting ready to move, we have had the unique opportunity to receive cards, emails, and words that express the gratitude that people have for us. This could easily become an area in which pride could rear … Read More

Connecting

The past few days were great. We spent Monday-Wednesday down in the Cities with the Templetons and Fulks. Jon, Lorena, and family flew in from Pennsylvania and spent three days with us, talking, planning, laughing, and herding toddlers. It was … Read More

Moms and motherhood

A Mother There are many facets to the concept of “mother.” A mother is not someone who has merely given birth to a child. In its most basic sense that individual is a mother. However, the biological action of giving … Read More