Monthly Archives: March 2005

Holding onto a moment

My son Johnny is only two, but I can see how much he’s changed in those two years… I can already imagine him as a teenager distancing himself from Dad, and that’s what made the moment this afternoon special. Continue reading »

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Perspective

It’s interesting how things come together… Both perspective-giving events and prayer give me a glimpse of what it would be like to live with a larger perspective, and every time I see it, I want more of it. Continue reading »

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Grace in the strangest places

The Samaritan woman of John 4 is one of the least likely people you could imagine to receive a visit from the Messiah… There are as many problems as there are people. But Jesus comes to each of us, offering his living water. Will we take a drink?
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First smile

Joshua, our six-week old baby, smiled his first smile this morning Continue reading »

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