Little Bitty Jars

2017-07-06T19:56:18+00:00

A brother once remarked that if one were to actually pray the “Lord’s Prayer” it might only take a moment. When Jesus gave the “Lord’s Prayer,” as we call it, He was answering people who didn’t know how to pray at all.   The “Lord’s Prayer,” then, might be compared to baby food and

Presence

2017-07-06T18:48:11+00:00

Present or Presence? "The father knew that one o’clock was the exact time that Jesus had said, “Your son will live.” So the man and all the people who lived in his house believed in Jesus. That was the second miracle Jesus did after coming from Judea to Galilee." - John 4:53-54 Though He

Homeless

2017-07-06T20:23:43+00:00

Les and I were originally talking about never being afraid that God would not provide a place, a home, a sense of stability as we trust in Him. He has and will always come through. Then it hit me. I have always had a sense of 'homelessness.' There has always been this sense of

Rocking the Baby

2017-07-06T20:08:43+00:00

Just read this quote as I compile my notes for tomorrow. "Who is getting more pleasure from this rocking, the baby or me?" - Nancy Thayer Mother's Day reminds me of a prayerful battle through which Jaclyn and I persevered to see God be faithful in the birth of the miraculous Max. We, Jaclyn

Through His Word

2017-07-06T20:49:29+00:00

"The LORD was with Samuel as he grew up; he did not let any of Samuel’s messages fail to come true. Then all Israel, from Dan to Beersheba, knew Samuel was a true prophet of the LORD. And the LORD continued to show himself at Shiloh, and he showed himself to Samuel through his

The Man I Might Have Been

2017-07-06T21:21:29+00:00

One of the things I love about Max is how much we look alike. There's something about imagining a little version of yourself running up to you and loving who you are as an adult. What does that look like for you? What if the child you were ran up to you today? Saw