I always assumed I enjoy stories of recovery because I like redemption and restoration. Part of my enjoyment may include these elements but I think an even bigger portion of my joy comes from how one individual leans on another, yet both of them come away stronger. Their strength is greater than the sum of … Continue reading Filling Gaps
How to handle personal glory? Give it away, give it away, give it away now.
Sometimes the most loyal family member is forgotten when a loved one dies.
Pondering the passage of time and how short is life.
Fence repair and self-reflection are not mutually exclusive at our farm.
This week's program looks at loss and dealing with it.
A perspective on missing those who are close to you.
After the funeral, it's time to eat.
A project and a a different perspective on small churches.
Someone recently asked me, “when are you going to do something big again?” It’s true, the last few years of my life have been pretty quiet. It’s been a long time since I built something big or tried something unique. I think I have an idea to change that situation. I want to leave something … Continue reading Small Churches