The Christmas season has always been an especially busy time of the year for Annie and I. That’s because as Christians, Christmas is one of the greatest seasons of gospel opportunity. Usually by December 24th we’re both saying to one another: “Next year, we really need to try harder not to take as much on.” Continue reading
In our loft upstairs, we have a huge box of almost every email, letter and card that Annie and I ever sent to one another before we were married and I am fairly sure, if I rummaged long enough I would find one particular email.
On July 6th 2001 Annie and I purchased our first insurance policy. The lack of excitement levels we experienced that day were only surpassed by what I like to call, the ‘We-Are-Not-Entirely-Sure-Why-We-Have-To-Have-This’ indicator. Continue reading
If you’ve been following our blog, you’ll probably notice that four of the recurring words in every post are: strength, peace, joy and hope. S, p, j and h.
If I ever write a book, I think it would be about the importance of Christian fellowship. One of the reasons I probably won’t ever write the book is because I will never be in the place where I feel I have discovered everything about it. Continue reading
If you have shares in Hallmark Cards, then maybe this quarter is going to make it a good year for you.
Since Annie’s diagnosis and prognosis, we’ve received an unbelievable amount of cards; although if you enter our home, you might challenge me on that: “Where are they?”. Continue reading
In our experience through all the many wonderful scriptures that God brings to us through His people at difficult times, at the very beginning He delivers one verse of scripture in particular that becomes the overarching theme of hope to us both. Continue reading