The Armor We Need When All Around Our Soul Gives Way

I recently heard someone quip that 2020 will soon become an adjective. As in, "I feel 2020" or, "That was very 2020 of him." Someone else said it might be better to use it is as a verb: "Can you 2020 that?" (translation just in case: Can you make that unexpected, unprecedented?) At this point … Continue reading The Armor We Need When All Around Our Soul Gives Way

On the Work of the Middle Years

I don’t hear a lot of people talking often about the middle years. You know, the years between the little years and the teens years. You hear about the physical exhaustion of diapers, nighttime feedings, running behind a toddler. Then you hear about the emotional exhaustion of staying late talking with your teens, the constant … Continue reading On the Work of the Middle Years

On Going to the Word When We are Perplexed

Sometimes we are tempted to stay away from God's Word when we are confused about an aspect of the character of God. I experienced that this week. I have been really wrestling with a difficult relationship and not understanding how God is working through it. On top of that I was reading passages in Numbers and … Continue reading On Going to the Word When We are Perplexed

Algunas preguntas & respuestas sobre el reto de leer la Biblia con nuestros hijos

¿En qué consiste el reto? El reto de ZonderKids que estoy usando consiste en leer la Biblia (específicamente 100 capítulos) con nuestros hijos por 100 dias, pero dependiendo de la edad (y hábitos de tus hijos), yo lo adaptaría a simplemente leer cada día del verano. ¿Donde puedo encontrar el reto en español? plan-de-lectura-de-la-biblia-de-verano-2020-1Download 100diasdelecturaDownload … Continue reading Algunas preguntas & respuestas sobre el reto de leer la Biblia con nuestros hijos

A Tool To Disciple our Kids in Reading and Studying God’s Word

Aqui esta el articulo en español, traducido y leido por mi Many (many!) years ago, I learned to read. And as soon as I did, my dear parents gifted me a Bible, a Reina Valera 1960 edition (in Spanish). I still remember the excitement and wonder I felt, holding that book. I felt so grown … Continue reading A Tool To Disciple our Kids in Reading and Studying God’s Word

On FIFA & Hebrews: some thoughts on not losing heart

Photo by Jimmy Conover on Unsplash It is day 34 of lockdown/curfew and oh friends, I am TIRED. My guess is most of you are too. And maybe, if you are like me, you know there are some really hard things that will not change after all this is over. That thought – the thought that life won’t … Continue reading On FIFA & Hebrews: some thoughts on not losing heart