30 WORDS FOR 30 DAYSThoughts from six feet away
All we need is just a little patience. We’re like a couple of billion kids on Christmas morning, sitting in front of our presents and waiting for dad to get his coffee so that we can get to the things we’ve been looking forward to.
Our bodies need rest.That’s not a popular sentiment in today’s culture where “busyness” is put up on an altar and worshiped. But we are called to get away and let our bodies refresh.
I believe that the modern Prime truck is now the parent version of the ice cream truck. Amazon could just put random packages in the back of a Prime truck, drive slowly through the neighborhoods blasting 80s hits, and make bank by stopping and selling random packages to parents in the neighborhood through a side window.
Sports. Please come back. We all miss you.
Like my daughter, who turns 7 today, I’ll keep this post short and sweet. She will always be God’s gift of hope to me. And we could all use a little more hope these days.
I have a lot of questions these days. Some are common. Some looked down upon. Some you undoubtedly have asked as well. Let’s explore them.
There is a power in the unseen, a mystery, an awe. Coronavirus, the wind, our Creator. All should be approached with fascination and awe, but only one has the power to transcend our circumstances and provide us hope and a future.
Now is the time to create. To share your passion with a world that is looking for something positive, inspiring, uplifting. We need your art.
Easter Sunday is a reminder that nothing is impossible. Just like Jesus defeated death and rose to life, He wants to help us rise today from all that is pulling us down.
Separated. Apart. Detached. Isolated.