Today I am over at House2House Magazine contributing to their March series of articles on "Discipleship." This article focuses on the little explored intersection of parenting, and walking in a discipleship relationship of following Jesus with your kids. You can read the full article . . .
To my precious Daughters, From before you were born, I have dreamed of you. Would you be a boy, or a girl? What color hair would you have? Eyes? What would your name be? What would my heart feel when I held your tiny body, and beheld your miracle face? What would your life . . .
Parenting is awesome. Parenting also sucks. This is a post about both. As you know, Halloween was a few days ago. Marie and I both loved Halloween growing up - the fantasy, imagination, creativity... the candy! So, naturally, being a parent is crazy awesome at . . .
The below was written shortly after the birth of my oldest daughter, McKinley, in September of 2005. On the eve of her 8th Birthday, September 20th 2013, I am digging it out of the archives to remember and give thanks... I grew up as the oldest of six children. We were 5 boys and 1 . . .
Last week my bride Marie and my older daughter McKinley were away at Pine Cove, a Christian Camp. (Aside shout out endorsement to Pine Cove! Jesus' Life and Fun and Joy and Love are all over that place.) While Mommy and Sissy were away, Marie and I damage controlled Delaney's not being old enough . . .