April 7th, 2017 by Christopher Caudle
Several years ago, I proposed to Marci and she accepted. Afterwards, we announced our good news to our families. Sound familiar?This involved going to various homes we both knew well, (we grew up in them) and telling people who loved us (and anticipated that this news would eventually arrive) that we were getting married. Simple.Amazingly, this obvious next step created odd feelings in us both as we made the drive from place to place. Excitement, anticipation, and some real anxiety. We wondered if they would join us in our celebration. (They all did.) We wondered if they would wonder if we were old enough. (We might not have been.) I wondered if her father would bury me in the back yard. (He didn't.)
March 28th, 2017 by Kris Taff
At 9:00 am. Join us in the Parish Hall as we look at the NT books of Corinthians. See how the promise of Easter reshapes life in a complicated world. Breakfast, conversation and interactive study. Resources for the class and other materials are located here.
March 17th, 2017 by Carl Buffington
To all who are doing the Prayer Book Lenten discipline, you might want to expect the unexpected. Drawing closer can be like walking in the dark, and then when the light comes on, there you are face to face, or at least nearer than you expected, to your Savior.
September 27th, 2013 by Christopher Caudle
Last week, standing in the rain, I watched a young man work mightily to instill the basic skills and commitments of world-class soccer players into the rain-soaked heads of eight small children. They were all much more excited about playing in the rain. Much more excited than the line of parents waiting for practice to come to its soggy end. Soccer practice is new to me. Watching practice is new to me. There is much to learn.