A Change to Bittersweet Dormancy

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I have strongly mixed feelings about this time of year. The leaves are gone. The orioles and yellow finches that flittered and filled our back yard with song have left. Even the cornstalks that hemmed us in on four sides have been picked, chopped, and tilled under. The Briar Patch feels exposed, as the season of life has been replaced with a period of dormancy. And yet... there are fires in the fireplace. Hot drinks taste better during these days. We’re bringing the dogs in more often at … [Read more...]

Calvin Miller, Making Choices, and Following Through

choices and follow through

  I'm feeling sad over the death of Calvin Miller. I not only appreciate his books, but I greatly enjoyed spending a couple of hours with this gracious man. While I was in seminary at Talbot, he was a guest lecturer. He insisted on buying my wife and me lunch and then urged us to spend time with him before he returned home (Beeson Divinity School). He made it feel that we were the honored guests for the following two hours. Knowing about his life and ministry has reminded me that … [Read more...]


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