Inés preaches a powerful message about centering messages and competing messages. She juxtaposes the baptism of Jesus and the centering (affirming) message of “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased,” with the competing messages that the devil used to tempt Jesus to sin.
As we approach six full months in Pasadena, life has settled down a lot. The move back in August was intense. Nash starting school in a new city was intense. Ines starting seminary…intense. So much newness. So much intensity. Things have in many ways leveled out for us. Nash and Ines have their school routines. […]
The Bible I hold now in my hands is not the same Bible I brought with me cross country this past fall. The woman typing on this keyboard is not the same woman that drove across the desert gripping the wheel, pursuing a dream, knowing that she was ten feet behind, had ten feet to […]