Hope

Valleys Are Under Rated – Friday Photo

Valleys in the Scriptures often conjure images of distance and death. Who, in very conservative churches, did not grow up with constant references to the Valley of Megiddo? Armageddon was, and for many still, a constant specter.

I am always interested in the response when I ask fearful people … Continue reading

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Cohen Doing Whatever It Is

We enjoy Cohen and Max. Sunday afternoon we went to the Myriad Gardens to explore the Children’s Area and the Thunder Fountain. After an initial timidness, Cohen took to the Thunder Fountain with enthusiasm. I could not help but think about a couple of other videos shot along the … Continue reading

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Friday Photo – Village View

We stood nearly breathless. Not from the altitude. It was the view. When we consider what we have and don’t have, not many of us look our across the way and take in a vista like this. Beauty.

Bill, Consuelo, and Dolores took us to the village about which … Continue reading

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Hope and Reality – Thoughts from the Edge

The new realities of the Kingdom break into the world in some important ways. Our continued living out the resurrection of Jesus may give hope to people who have lost confidence in our adversarial posture as we live redemptively in the world. What are your thoughts? If you like … Continue reading

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April Fool – Valleys and Hope . . . Thanks Lyle

I missed a few days. Every time I applied the sense of a “legalist” to my hope of posting something from Lyle’s blog every day, I went back and read one of his about busyness. For now, this is my last post in the series remembering Lyle, … Continue reading

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