Sitting in our living room tonight, I can hear the sound of steady rain and rolling thunder. We can all appreciate the significance of rain and what it means for all life forms on our planet, but rain took on even more meaning for me a few years back when I began farming. For the... Continue Reading →
Let's face it, the concept of the Trinity is befuddling enough for adults. Surely our young children are not ready to be introduced to such a weighty subject, right? Well, not so fast.
Some of you may have noticed recently on the church Facebook page that we have been posting a daily Bible reading plan that is geared toward helping families engage with the Word together. Kelly and I have been reading a chapter each day with Josh, and I have found that though it is much easier... Continue Reading →