Yesterday (Sunday), I wanted to post this, but it was Sunday, so I opted for some family time over computer time :)
It was the first day our church was open for services for everyone. Volunteers went for a few weeks before this. Then information was released and it was opened so anyone could attend. But, you did have to register first. It was also only open to the first 300 people. First come, first serve church. It had to be done some way.
I'm not complaining at all. I know our churc
Here we are, now months into living life amidst this pandemic! I'm curious to know from each of you - how are you handling your daily routines? Are your kids going to school in person, or just digitally? Are you going into grocery stores now, or still doing delivery or pickup? Are your churches open, or still online, or not open at all? Are you working from home, or back in your office?
How have your devotions changed, or have you started a new habit of them?
I'd love to hear how life
It's interesting to think about our plans vs. God's plans. I usually envision Jesus just chuckling at our frail attempts to plan every detail of our lives. These days have thrown us all for a huge curveball.
A week ago, my daughter and her finace should have had their college graduation commencement ceremonies. In the same college, walking together, launching into their new lives. "Postponed" till August for now, if that works out. My son's Wedding was tomorrow (Sat). Months of preparation
What did you "take for granted" even just a few short weeks ago? Many phrases and sayings like this - I've had to clarify with my children somewhere along the way. The most entertaining is since they are now adults, hearing what they thought something meant, and how they messed up the meaning and used it in the wrong way at some point. Teaching a child, or an adult for that matter, to appreciate something or someone in the moment is about as complicated as explaining love, grace, forgiveness, em
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