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Happy (almost) Summer!

The temperatures have started to rise and the grass is growing as fast as the road runner runs. My days are full of work, cleaning, and working on fun projects for my church’s family retreat. Summer is positively beautiful on the farm… Advertisements

Shout…No Fear!

What could bring you more joy than to realize that you can stand completely exposed before God, without even a hint of fear, because a sacrifice has been made that has paid your penalty and granted your forgiveness? -Paul Tripp

Morning On The Farm

I am house, dog, and horse sitting for some dear friends of mine. The only good reason I can see for being up so early this morning was the beautiful fog in the trees…

Preach Truth

I am a very visual person. So, I find it very helpful to have visual reminders of Gospel truth. It helps me to preach to myself more than listen to myself (something my analytical mind  does oh so often!). This is the current truth I’m preaching to my soul…

Air & Space

Yesterday on a whim I went to the Air & Space Museum in Virginia. I have been wanting to go for a few years now. That’s one more thing off the bucket list. It was a blissful few hours walking around taking pictures of missiles, planes, helicopters, rockets and the like. I think I was … Continue reading

The Person of Christ

“Jesus was not only fully God but also was fully man and thus was able to fully secure our salvation.” “It is by far the most amazing miracle of the entire Bible-far more amazing than the resurrection and more amazing even than the creation of the universe. The fact that the infinite, omnipotent, eternal Son … Continue reading


The teaching of Scripture about the relationship between God and creation is unique among the religions of the world. The Bible teaches that God is distinct from his creation. He is not part of it, for he has made it and rules over it. The term often used to say that God is much greater … Continue reading

Invest Class

I am taking a theology class at church. I’ve decided to blog about this course. But, it will be through the lens of my camera. Keep an eye peeled for coming photos. :)