“Lectio Divina means reading the Bible with reverence and openness to what the Spirit is saying to us in the present moment. … Most important is how we read — not to understand or control God, but to be understood and formed by God.”
— Discernment, p. 11
The first Guitars of La Paz was this afternoon. We walked slowly to Grandview Presbyterian, our hands full of guitars in their cases and a box with stands. The kids started to follow us from their houses and we all, like a slow, trickling parade, processed to the church.
We started with Continue reading
I’ve been working on a simple album, a collection of songs recorded in a simple way. They are acoustic sketches that feel like autumn songs. I hope to finish this collection soon.
Some say your value is based on what you can produce. The ability to flood a market, or to provide a revolutionary experience or product determines your relevance. Soon, they gravitate to you for more. Appetites are ready for what you might offer.
This is the first temptation Continue reading