Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Multi-Cultural/Multi-Generational Christmas 2006

We had our first multi-cultural/multi-generational Christmas Day yesterday. We shared the holyday with our friends from Taiwan (Ken and Richard), our friend from Japan (Miho), and our friend from the coffee shop (Mr. Dillon). We had an outstanding time. One of the highlights was the gingerbread house competition. I think the girls won. Thank you Ken, Richard, Miho, and Mr. Dillon, for making our family Christmas Day a memorable one.

In the picture (from left to right): Caryn, Cayla, Miho, Ken, Jeremiah, Mr Dillon, and Richard (in the foreground)

Monday, December 18, 2006

Los Angeles

I had a great time in Los Angeles. I went with my friends, Roy McClung and Joseph Cartwright, to spend some time dreaming and processing some kingdom thoughts with our friend, Neil Cole. Between meals (isn't that how it always is?) we talked philosophy and theology for the kingdom and coming harvest.

From left to right you have Roy, Neil, and Joseph. We're enjoying the SoCal weather and a cup of coffee from It's A Grind. It's always great to find out that I am not a freak because of the way I think the kingdom should grow...or that I am, but at least I'm not alone! Thanks, Neil, for your gracious hospitality. I'll be posting more on my thoughts from our "think-tank."

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Snow Day!

Last Wednesday, as I drifted off to sleep, the snow was falling and the wind was blowing. Thursday morning, we awoke to somewhere between 4-8 inches of snow. Snow? It's only November! And, from what I read this morning, more could be on its way.