Several of my family and friends have encouraged me to record and share some of my original worship songs so I thought I would share this one. Hope it blesses your heart.
This week is Christmas week. My sons are more excited than a cat in a yarn shop. This year our family will spend the holiday the way we always do, together. There is something very special about family. I’m hoping this Christmas, my sons learn a few lessons about family, from the Robertson family.
Kelly saw this tonight and shared it with me. As a father, I was moved to tears. What a wonderful & powerful poem. It is such a fresh perspective on the characters we’ve all heard of but the stories that have been left untold. It truly is a hidden gem and a new classic for our Christmas season.
I hope you enjoy this simple little Gift as much as we did.
Sometimes I just don’t understand why God does what He does. I know it sounds like such a cliche, but as I have gotten older, I find that I am more and more thankful for the many unanswered prayers I’ve received along the way, or as we like to call them at our home….Un-given Gifts.
I read this quote today, “No man ever said, I wish I had spent more time at the office or hit one more round of golf. A good man says I wish I had done more with my family.”
My absolute favorite feeling in the world is the one I get when I come home after a long day at work. I walk into the house and I’m met by my two young boys, jumping up and down like puppies in the pet store window with their hands raised….”Daddy your home….hold me….pick me up….play with me!”
I am not a runner. I know it is the popular thing to do right now and it is a really great way to stay healthy and in shape, but I just don’t enjoy running. I don’t even run to the kitchen when I’m hungry. But running life’s race is something that we all do and it takes skill and perseverance to do it well.
It’s that time of year….time when we break out the carving knives, dirty our hands with stringy seeds and light a fire inside a carved gourd….all for the sake of “Halloween” fun.
There is nothing quite like the feeling of wind-blowing-through-your-hair-freedom that comes from a good bike ride. It’s exciting to do it and even more exciting to see you son or daughter do it for the first time.