This past Monday I filmed a short clip of Sarah Wynn in her Classical Conversations class. It is a highlight of her week!
Yesterday during the panel discussion at the GCA church planting conference, a question was asked concerning the most critical factor in church planting. Most of us expected the response to be tactical. There must be some magic "how to" that if perfected would guarantee success. The answer was not tactical. Rather, it was devotional. Ted … Continue reading Encouragement for the Dehydrated
Sometimes I want to pray for folks, but I'm just not sure what to pray. So my prayer often is limited to something generic like, "Bless so and so." Now God knows what to do with that. But if prayer is going to be a means of grace for the one praying (me), then maybe … Continue reading What to Pray
Nini arrives!!! And yes, she brought plenty of chocolate. As you can tell, we are really glad that she is here—and not just because of the chocolate. : )
Nini is coming to town today, and the kids are really fired up. Get ready for three kids on a sugar high for a week... There is no telling how much chocolate will show up with her. : )
At the risk of sounding like a broken record (or a scratched CD), I am going to post one more thought from Stanley Voke's Personal Revival. The theme of brokenness has so gripped me that it seems like I have had a gravitational pull toward that topic lately. Don't get me wrong, I do not … Continue reading Life Out of Death
The other night I caught Sarah Wynn reading Wacky Wednesday in bed. Here is the bootlegged footage.