Tag Archives: Jesus

The Thorns

Mar 28

It seems like a long time since we’ve had fresh flowers all over the house.  Perhaps it’s because this past Fall and Winter–particularly in the aftermath of Katherine’s leg break–we felt more inclined to hibernate instead of celebrate.  This Holy … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Katherine — “The Jesus Year” in Review

Mar 08

{* This is a surprise birthday posting for Katherine!} Today, March 8th, Katherine turns 31.  Happy Birthday to my spectacular wife.  In many ways, the struggles of life have not gotten any easier, but amazingly, life together grows more lovely as … Continue reading

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Upcoming Speaking Engagements

Apr 23

I have a few Southern California speaking engagements coming up in the next few weeks… * This Wednesday, April 25 — “Go Red for Women Luncheon”, sponsored by the American Heart & Stroke Association: noon – 1:30pm (tickets & info … Continue reading

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Easter Sunday at Bel Air Pres

Apr 15

Growing up, Easter was always a special holiday for both Jay and me.  We would anticipate and celebrate and enjoy special traditions and memory-making with our families.  When we moved to LA and got plugged in to Bel Air Pres, … Continue reading

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Road to Easter — Week 6

Apr 07

We are back from our 30th birthday trip to Italy, and it was truly a more meaningful and more magical experience than we could have ever hoped for.  We can’t wait to share some stories with you soon.  In thinking … Continue reading

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Road to Easter — Week 5

Mar 31

Recently, we had a very unique experience as we tried to find the way to our given destination.  While staying in a very ancient walled city, high on a hill, we were given a set of simple but specific instructions … Continue reading

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Legacy

Mar 26

Last week, Jay and I were invited to Pepperdine to speak at its chapel service (over 1,000 students–very cool—will write about it later).  We always love going back to Malibu (“Going Back to Malibu 1” & “2“) since it was … Continue reading

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Road to Easter — Week 4

Mar 20

Would you willingly sacrifice your own life in order to save the life of a smelly, stupid, four-legged, bleating, trash-eating mound of wool?  I am not talking about a sweet Easter-basket dwelling, glorified stuffed-animal version of a sheep but the … Continue reading

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Road to Easter — Week 3

Mar 13

I love snapping pictures, even more so in recent years as the fleeting nature of life’s moments has been made more apparent to me.  In looking back at my heaps of digital shots, it’s funny that one of the images … Continue reading

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Road To Easter — Week 2

Mar 06

Our deep love for food has been well-documented here.  Both Katherine and I relish the opportunity to try and taste and savor everything–we always have–all the more because following Katherine’s stroke, her prognosis for ever eating orally was very slim.  … Continue reading

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