Monthly Archive: August 2012

Flashback Friday: Overcharging for the Gospel

Flashback Friday: Overcharging for the Gospel

What can you learn about grace vs. works from your kids? Plenty… I own a 14 year old entrepreneur. Well, “entrepreneur” may be too nice of a word. “Con artist,” “swindler,” “shyster” … those are the...

Thursday Three For All

Thursday Three For All

Three links. Three previews. Three things I’ve been reading this week. Happy Threesday.* The Truth About Adoption – One Year Later. Jen Hatmaker knocked it out of the stratosphere with this post. Don’t stop praying...

Vision & Thanksgiving

Vision & Thanksgiving

Last night was our church’s annual Vision Night. It’s a time we look forward to every year as we gather to celebrate what God has done, and look with anticipation to what he is...

Preparing for the Onslaught

We’re in the middle of the fall attendance surge here at the Summit. College students are back, families are returning from summer vacations, and people from the community are hitting one of the two...

Thursday Three For All

Thursday Three For All

Some Thursdays, I link you to meaningful articles that I’ve been reading. But other Thursdays (this Thursday), you get fluff. Hey, fluff can be good. Kick your feet up. Have some coffee. Read the fluff....

Thursday Three For All

Thursday Three For All

‘Tis been a few weeks since I’ve delved into the Thursday Three For All waters. That’s where I don’t contribute anything meaningful to the blogosphere, save for what I’ve been reading. Which is pretty...

Have. Mercy.

Have. Mercy.

While we were listening to Sunday School bells in West Tennessee this weekend, we took a few minutes hours for a photo shoot with our Official Franks Family Photographer. Robin has been shooting our kids...

For Whom The Sunday School Bell Tolls

For Whom The Sunday School Bell Tolls

This weekend Merriem and I got to catch up with some of our oldest friends on the planet. Not Methuselah-style old friends, but friends-since-college friends. Mike Waddey and I were roommates back in the...