Groceries are too complicated for men

I’m a full-time web and graph­ic design­er work­ing out of my home right now, so I’m privy to a lot more of the dai­ly house­hold goings-on than I used to be. In Rose Creek Vil­lage the nor­mal liv­ing sit­u­a­tion is 2–3 fam­i­lies to a home, and ours is no dif­fer­ent. We have 6 adults and 8… Con­tin­ue read­ing Gro­ceries are too com­pli­cat­ed for men

And yet, God still shows up

It was quite the East­er week­end. Although it took me a while to real­ize the fact, it seemed that the cel­e­bra­tion of the death and res­ur­rec­tion of Christ that was being planned for this past East­er Sun­day in the vil­lage was going to be some­thing real­ly spe­cial. Why? Because of the oppo­si­tion, of course.

Experience-colored glasses

The oth­er night, Ariel and I were watch­ing Riv­er sleep. It was pret­ty enter­tain­ing, because he tends to dream often, and his face gets very ani­mat­ed with the emo­tions of the dreams. This par­tic­u­lar dream was hav­ing him go from laugh­ing to cry­ing. “Oh, he’s hav­ing a night­mare,” Ari said, stroking his head to calm… Con­tin­ue read­ing Expe­ri­ence-col­ored glasses

Are you listening?

One of the great things about work­ing at Yachad Dis­tri­b­u­tion is that most every morn­ing we meet togeth­er for 15–20 min­utes and sing, pray, and encour­age each oth­er. This morn­ing, Shammah was telling us about a quote he’d picked up some­where, but he could­n’t remem­ber where he’d heard it. His son, Noah, piped up and told… Con­tin­ue read­ing Are you listening?