Tomorrow my wife, Amanda, is having surgery on her knee around 9-am in the morning. Please pray for her. About 18 months ago she went in for a small meniscus repair, but the surgeon ended up removing 60% if her lateral meniscus. After rehab and physical theropy she has walked and lived in pain for…
If Jesus is the loudest noise in our lives and we can dampen the amplitude of all the other white noise, then we can, collectively, be a louder, more distinct echo of Him
my wife and i just spent a week south of cancun, mexico at a little resort and spa. it was beautiful and relaxing. counter to that … today’s my first day back at work. its nice to have something to do. -kevin
Sermon Audio. This Beautiful Noise. Digging Holes.
The heart of a worshipper is always motivated by forward and past perspective, of holes covered and yet dug.
The download link below is for the sermon audio from the first sermon in the “This Beautiful Noise” sermon series. Sermon Audio from Friend Church. Preached on Sunday, July 26th. Series: This Beautiful Noise Title: Living Echoes Sermon Audio. This Beautiful Noise. Living Echoes.
last week my lovely wife came home with scratchy throat and a sinus headache. it later turned into some full-blown nastiness of a mid-summer cold. sadly for her, it fell right across her birthday, of which she spent pretty much the entirely in her bed. the sickness then attacked me … starting late saturday night…
If the life of Jesus is the noise and we are the objects, then where is the echo going?
This Beautiful Nose – the sermon series begins this Sunday, July 26th at Friend Church in Irmo, SC and continues for three weeks. During the coming months, I will be writing a blog weekly on worship. Feel free to stop by and join the conversation.
it would change our lives if we could live with this understanding:
jesus is the lightening, and we are the thunder.
I noticed this past week that my backyard had began to resemble a rainforest with all the rapid, tropical growth that had overtaken the space. The weeds were getting big. Seriously, some of them were as big as me. I stood next to them and wondered if they thought it was odd for me…
I’m feeling better. Thanks for praying for me, and being concerned. Last week I spent most of the time in the bed and trying to do anything to get that tennis ball dislodged from behind my nose. I’m closer to being done with all the medication, and I feel closer a lot closer to normal….