Monthly Archives: February 2016

Living Well Amidst Life’s Tensions

Reality #1:¬†Unresolved Stuff of Life In a fallen world unresolved tensions are the norm. We cannot get away from them. There are new ones to meet us most every day that pile upon the old ones we have wrestled with … Continue reading

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Accompaniment: The Gift of Presence over Time

God’s Gift to Us The promises and reality of God’s accompaniment in our journeys is abundant. We are assured he is our shepherd and we are the sheep of his pasture. He tells us he will never leave us, that … Continue reading

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3 Boys + A 750 Square Foot Flat + 1 Mom = Quite the Journey

For Mom’s of Little Ones, Written by a Dad* We were 20 something years old, church planters in a massive Asian city and surviving 3 little boys with more energy than your typical cyclone. We had no clue what we … Continue reading

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On the Receiving End of a Crisis Debriefing

Scary Moment I just returned from some time in Turkey. On the first day there, I was with some of my colleagues enjoying the rich history of the land as our heads cleared from jet lag. Suddenly there was a … Continue reading

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