Fishing is not my thing. The last time I went was over 10 years ago. And in ten or more years, one’s perspective can grow and change much. When my brother texted me to join him yesterday, I was delighted. He made me feel important to join him. In reflecting on the fishing excursion, here … More 21 Things I Observed Fishing with my Brother
In the craftsman’s shop you’ll find a can or bottle of “wood glue” on the shelf. He carefully uses it to bond specific pieces of wood together. This enduring bond allows for these two glued pieces of wood to become one. “Togetherness” is like a glue that bonds a couple through the thick and thin … More Crafting a Stronger Marriage: “Togetherness”
Maybe you’ve seen the sign. ‘Share the Road’. Think eternal. Share the narrow road that leads to eternal life. Every life counts. Make room for someone to join you. “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small … More Share the Road
Often with church we think about seating capacity. We build, gather, and grow (mostly internally) retaining our people and then dividing. Not a bad thing… but what if we thought bigger. Not bigger buildings, but bigger impact. Jesus said to them again, “Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, even so I am sending … More Seating or Sending Capacity?