How do you define home?

Ever walked into a place and just felt like it was home? For those of you who had a good home life, this question probably brings back warm feelings, good memories, and a sense of “yeah… I know what that feels like. It’s good” I realize that for others, that question can evoke a general… Continue reading How do you define home?

Lessons from a (late) newlywed, Part 3: A trip down memory lane

This weekend we headed back to Nebraska to see Trung’s folks. I had only met them once when they came through Denver on their way out for vacation, and then only for about an hour or so. They couldn’t come to the wedding due to the Covid outbreak, and so, nearly two years after I… Continue reading Lessons from a (late) newlywed, Part 3: A trip down memory lane

Lessons from Mark’s crucifixion story

Up here in the Boulder area, just like everywhere else, churches are largely still online. There are one or two smaller ones that are meeting in person, but not many. Today we decided to visit one of them, primarily because we know the young lady that is the worship leader. The congregation must have been… Continue reading Lessons from Mark’s crucifixion story