It has been 2 weeks since I last posted on this blog.The reason is because I’ve bee too busy.We sold our home, had to move, set up house in a new location, and don’t have internet access yet.
All of my internet activity is from the office – which I limit until all my work is done.
Right now it’s 3:15 p.m. (at the office) on Thursday.Finally got my head above water so I thought I’d do a quick catch-up.
Phillip Polk preached for us last Sunday and did a good job.Really enjoyed hearing him and was very pleased with his delivery, content, transparency, and closing.
I’ll be preaching this Sunday.
I feel fortunate that PCC has so many gifted communicators to fill the pulpit from time-to-time.Not only does it give me a break (so that I have time to give attention to other responsibilities), but it exposes our church family to more than one perspective on the Christian life.
The big one that got away.
Good things are happening at our church.Many of them are visible, many not-so-visible.
God is always doing stuff… good stuff.
Renae and I went fishing several days ago.I caught a large Redfish, but it flipped out of my hand and fell back into the water.Dang!I think the fish was about 24-28 inches in length, but I’ll never know for sure.
Planting a fall garden is just around the corner.Can’t wait.
I love to garden.It’s exciting to plant a seed, work the soil, and see that seed grow into a beautiful plant that produces something my family and I can eat.And the best part is, I like being outdoors and picking everything that I need for a meal from my own garden and bringing it to the table.
It’s satisfying to know I can grow food that is better than anything I can buy at the grocery store or eat in a restaurant.
We are very anxious to get started on our new home too.I will post pictures (or video) of every phase of the building process.
This is my personal blog. I write about making disciples, the local church, the church I pastor, and other related topics. These entries are usually directed to the congregation I lead, hopefully exerting some measure of influence on them, as well as including them with information about the state of our church. In many ways, this is my second pulpit. My blog also includes personal information about myself and family – usually very transparent, and sometimes humorous. Hope you enjoy.