Today is Ann Ferris' 13th birthday! We can't believe that we have a teenager in the house, but we are so thankful, too. We will have a fun video ready to post in the next few days. For now, we celebrate...
In his book, Between Noon and Three, Robert Capon provides a metaphor for the rediscovery of grace during the time of the Protestant Reformation. He says:"The Reformation was a time when men went blind, staggering drunk because they had discovered, in the dusty basement of late medievalism, a whole cellarsul of fifteen-hundred year old, two … Continue reading 200 Proof Grace
Here are some highlights from Christmas Day at our house. It was a great day.
Charles Spurgeon was a preacher of grace in 19th century England. I don't know where I found this Spurgeon quote, but I've had it on my desk for several years, hoping that one day, after repeated exposure, the nickel will drop and I will get it. :0) "If there be one stitch in the celestial garment … Continue reading Sola Gratia
This just in from Dave McCarty, a friend who, like me, is learning little by little what it means to live as a grace-dependent child of the Father."I know I'm sane when I don't know, and I don't care: when I have a healthy indifference to all the things that charm me most, that cause … Continue reading True Sanity