Category Archives: Ministry

Changes Coming

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In the next few days you’ll notice significant retooling and rebranding of the website. We’ll even be migrating to a new platform and a new dotcom location. Anticipating these changes, I’ve begun refreshing some of my ‘static’ pages (About Me, About This Blog, My Story).

The cosmetic and technical changes will afford me to do more with the blog, providing greater freedom and flexibility and that’s exciting as I go full-bore into the next assignment God has for me.

I’m grateful for the tip from Frank Viola to solicit the help of a grace-filled brother, Jeremy Myers, at Grace Blogger, to assist me with these changes, er, improvements!

Hopefully, the rollout will happen this week, God willing, or soon thereafter. Bless you for being a part of this little community I forged way back in 2006. And tell your friends about me here…and there…when I get there!

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Recommended Book of the Week

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0399167447/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0399167447&linkCode=as2&tag=thepas01-20&linkId=Y3PH7OJBJUPFHNDH

Jan Karon’s series set in the fictional town of Mitford, NC has been (at the risk of over-selling it) life-transforming for me. Each volume of the “Father Tim” saga has stirred my heart and revived my ways. This addition is no exception.

If you’re not familiar with Karon’s tender prose and untouchable story-telling, do yourself a favor and start the adventure. It’s a series, so starting at the beginning is to be preferred but this newest volume does a masterful job of filling in any holes you have missed.

Can’t tell you enough what these books mean to my soul. I hope you’ll find the same for yours.

Glorious Assignment

Not to put too fine a point to it, this is the grand sum of all I want my life to broadcast.*

Jesus, it’s my joy. Whatever the price, whatever the burden.

You are worth anything…and everything.

To the praise of Your infinitely glorious Grace. Amen

*It’s probably already clear enough from previous testimony, but the only “me” I want others to recognize is Jesus in and through me. Anything other falls prodigiously short.

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