Gospel Fluency

In my limited exposure to Jeff Vanderstelt and the concept of “gospel fluency” through a 6-part video series on YouTube (on 1.75x speed as I wasn’t too interested in the delivery), two points stood out: preaching the gospel requires practice; and, the way we pray […]

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September.

Here we are, six months later, at the start of the school year. Six months ago, we were at the start of March Break, which effectively became the start of COVID and remote learning for the rest of the school year. Today, we anxiously wait […]

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A Digital Sabbath

“Do you think you can go one day a week for three months without technology?” Me? Without technology? Yeah, right. Nope. I rely on my toaster oven, my refrigerator, my microwave, my Instant Pot! Turns out, if you go further down, the challenge gets more […]

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Physical distancing, family time

So much has happened this past school year, who would’ve known this year would be peppered with strike days followed by complete at home and online learning? Here’s how it started: Our baby hasn’t dropped his nap yet, but he’s going into kindergarten. He survived […]

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What do you seek?

Last fall, our church’s two bible study groups went through the video series and book titled, Sacred Rhythms which covers seven spiritual disciplines and how to apply it in real life. I’ve heard glowing reviews from those who attended, so I’m glad that we’ve started […]

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