Someone said yesterday that having a child when you're older keeps you younger. I think my favorite part is being facinated with what facinates him. True when we live for others as well, though. "We who are strong in faith should help the weak with their weaknesses, and not please only ourselves. Let each
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
"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
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
"I wish you knew today what would bring you peace. But now it is hidden from you." - Luke 19:42 Jesus didn't just make this statement, He cried this statement. We do, too, don't we? We think we know, and then we know we don't. He knows, and since His resurrection, He's hiding nothing.
Reading "Good vs God" by John Bevere, again. Ever catch yourself looking up at that one tree in the garden of Eden, you know, the only one from which you don't have permission to eat? Perhaps you stand beneath it, sit beneath it's branches looking up at it's fruit in frustration. Then, by God's