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Category Archives: Huntsville
A beautiful day for a hike to O’Shaughnessy Point at Monte Sano with one of the elders at our church. Had to document it with a quick picture or two.
We got about 4-5 inches of unexpected snow tonight!
We had a great time last night touring the Galaxy of Lights at our Huntsville Botanical Garden. This is one of our annual traditions. We normally drive through to see the lights; a time or two we’ve run the Galaxy … Continue reading
Over the years, I’ve used this blog as a repository for the crazy things my kids say and do, knowing that there’s no way I’ll be able to remember all of this stuff on my own. The last few days … Continue reading
Last Sunday, our church participated in our first congregation-wide Service Day. Our leaders asked our members to consider two questions: What is God doing in our community? And how can we join Him there? In response to these questions, we … Continue reading
Ten years ago, Sunny and I made the decision to move to Huntsville, Alabama. We’d spent the first three years of our marriage in Kingsport, Tennessee. I worked as the youth minister for the Northeast Church of Christ there, which … Continue reading
I continue to reflect on the devastating storm that blew through here a little more than two weeks ago. If you came here looking for music reviews or cutesy posts about what my kids have done this week, I’ve got … Continue reading
I wanted to record our experience from last week’s tornado storms. But Sunny has done a great job of recapping those few days from the perspective of our family. As you can see from her post, it was a harrowing … Continue reading