The newlywed game. Fun. Exciting. Full of adventure. Something new around every turn. These are a few of the ways people describe this time of life—being newlyweds. As a couple, who has been married for a mere 11 days, we’ll give you some incite into what it’s like to merge two lives together including the joys and the challenges we have come across thus far. Continue reading
“Ministry… is not so much asking Christ to join us in our ministry as we offer him to others; ministry is participating with Christ in his ongoing ministry as he offers himself to others through us.” – Stephen Seamands
In this week’s blog I reflect on the first two chapters of Stephen Seamands’ book, Ministry in the Image of God: The Trinitarian Shape of Christian Service.
There have been times when I have been weary of reading to my kids the same story over and over again. I have become bored with it. For them, they are excited to hear it again for the one hundredth time. They want to see the same movie again and again. My youngest daughter still gets a little scared when she watches Beauty and the Beast. Continue reading
We live in an increasingly fractured society. We have broken relationships with our parents, with our children, with our friends, and with our spouses. If we aren’t intentional we can find ourselves losing relationships with the ones we love the most. Continue reading