In light of the upcoming election, we thought we’d add our own poll to the mix. See if you can figure out which of our kids said these words.
I like surprises. I know some hate them, but deep down do they really? Jane Austen wrote, “Surprises are foolish things. The pleasure is not enhanced, and the inconvenience is often considerable.” I disagree. I remember one surprise in particular that was especially shocking. The last summer before Erin and I were to marry I … More SURPRISES
I recently finished When Breath Becomes Air. A great read with this sobering thought: “I began to realize that coming in such close contact with my own mortality had changed both nothing and everything. Before my cancer was diagnosed, I knew that someday I would die, but I didn’t know when. After the diagnosis, I … More WHEN BREATH BECOMES AIR
The most insidious lie we can believe about God is that He is somehow against us. It’s the very same lie that planted seeds of doubt in Eve’s spirit in the Garden of Eden. We’ve doubted God’s goodness ever since, and it’s the root cause of a thousand other problems. If the enemy can get … More GOD IS FOR US