How wonderful to spend time with many of you last weekend as we celebrated the 48th Annual Harvest Market. Without a doubt, it was a good year. From Saturday morning’s fun run and parade to Sunday’s closing bell as the rain moved in, people came out and came together to make it a spectacular event.…
Well, it figures. The rain we could have used all summer seems to have shown up during a week where we’d appreciate some drier ground. But you just never know how God might use a moment.
I’m on the road this week scoping out sites for a youth trip in October.
Though I would not describe my family of origin as “hoarders,” we were definitely savers.
Letters have long been a means of sharing important and heart-felt news.
The season of “back to” is upon us.
As I get my feet back under me after a week away, I thought I’d share with you a wonderful website of prayerful poems (or poetic prayers), updated daily by Rev. Steve Garnaas-Holmes.
As I prepare for a week away next week, a few housekeeping notes.
I say this every year, but I cannot believe how quickly July has flown.
“And I tell you: Ask and you will receive. Seek and you will find. Knock and the door will be opened to you.” – Luke 11:9