There are new photos up in the photo gallery from my weekend in MI with Vanessa. Let it be known that Vanessa is the most wonderful woman I know. And I thank God everyday for her being apart of my life. Well, I have to head off to praise team practice. I’ll try to post more later.
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Oh brother, so I won’t be getting very far on the blogging tonight. I guess tomorrow I’ll have to close the IM so that I can actually get the blogging in. If I can get my butt out of bed in the morning I might try to blog before work. Valete!
As much as I’d like to think that I was ready to parent the fact is that I owe a lot to my wife. If it wasn’t for my wife’s knowledge and experience my kids wouldn’t have had the experiences they have had so far. I’m still learning everyday day how to be a better parent.
Well, the first official Faith Shaping podcast has been created and published. I’ve still got some work to do with submitting the feed to all the podcast directories. The podcast actually ended up being a 20 minute episode. After listening to it I have some things to improve on but it seems to have gone pretty well. Check it out and give me your feedback. https://www.faithshaping.org/
So much great wisdom found in the Proverbs! Fools think their own way is right, but the wise listen to others. – Proverbs 12:15 NLT
“The primary purpose of prayer is not to change circumstances; the primary purpose of prayer is to change us!” – Draw the Circle: The 40 Day Prayer Challenge by Mark Batterson
As I sat here thinking about how to safely write my thoughts, I began to be reminded of the life of Christ and his actions. I’m thinking of how he was viewed by those around him. Is it not true that Christ did things that were against the culture of the times, or at least things that caused people to question his actions? He had meals with those that the spiritual leaders wouldn’t dare find themselves in the company of. I guess at the moment the only examples that come to mind are those where he interacted with people that most wouldn’t. I guess my ultimate question is where is the line drawn where we can live in the freedom we have in Christ verses…