Red Letter Moments

separating God’s voice from mine

  • Prototype

    January 22, 2022 by

    We started a new season of life this week. I stepped out of my full-time ministry position to spend more time with my daughter and wife and grow our business which supports local churches across the county. There’s a lot more to it, but that’s the elevator speech version. What’s harder to convey is how… Read more

  • Expediency of Words

    January 15, 2022 by

    Anna and I have a friend who is a children’s counselor, which comes in pretty handy when raising a teenager. She said something to us the other day I had never heard before. The older we get, the fewer words we use to explain things because we spend so much time in the company of… Read more

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Prototype

We started a new season of life this week. I stepped out of my full-time ministry position to spend more time with my daughter and wife and grow our business which supports local churches across the county. There’s a lot more to it, but that’s the elevator speech version. What’s harder to convey is howContinue reading “Prototype”

Expediency of Words

Anna and I have a friend who is a children’s counselor, which comes in pretty handy when raising a teenager. She said something to us the other day I had never heard before. The older we get, the fewer words we use to explain things because we spend so much time in the company ofContinue reading “Expediency of Words”

You Are Flawesome!

This week, I learned a new word and thought it fit us pretty well: Flawesome: (adj.) Extremely impressive or inspiring through embracing one’s flaws. My brother called to tell me about a speaker he had heard who used this word as the basis of his talk. The message sounded like one that could have beenContinue reading “You Are Flawesome!”