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Showing posts from March 13, 2011

Day 29: Something that always makes me smile

Not a something, but a someone. Nigel has always had a great sense of humor, and is always trying to get me to laugh on days I get "too serious". I think he gets this trait from his Dad. This first photo was taken the summer of 08 and this last one was taken this past weekend. My how he's grown! PS> Hebner, don't worry car dancing is fun too!

Prayer: Make the call

Prayer is a nonlocative, nongeographic space that one enters at one's own peril, for it houses God during those few moments of one's presence there, and what is there will most surely change everything that comes into it. Prayer, its opal walls polished to transparency by the centuries of hands that have touched them, is the Tabernacle realized and the wayside chapel utilized. Ever traveling as we travel, moving as we move, prayer grips like home, until the heart belongs nowhere else and the body can scarcely function apart from them both. Prayer is dangerous and the entrance way to wholeness. Phillis Tickle The life of prayer is a land of great adventure and discover, only it's not necessary for you to pack a suitcase or acquire a passport. However, cultivation of a prayerful life is something that many folks find daunting. I have often felt frustrated by the challenge of consistent prayer, for it calls for pause and pausing can be challenging. In the last few months

Day 28: Something your afraid of

Image from Ian Coate's Life of Illustration. He's a lovely artist I've just discovered online. I want to be faithful. I want to be on the "right" track. I don't want to miss the boat.