Tis the season to get outside.
Don’t wait. Dawdle. Postpone. Summer comes but once a year. When it’s not celebrated and embraced, regrets run deep.
On the Sabbath we went outside the city gate to the river, where we expected to find a place of
prayer. Acts 16:13
Then the man and his wife heard the Lord God as He was walking in the garden in the cool of the day … Genesis 3:8
After he (Jesus) dismissed them, he went up to the hills by himself to pray. Matthew 14:23
Then the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain where Jesus told them to go. Matthew 28:16
The Father’s been meeting outside with those He loves for eons. Are you among them?
- Josh continues to be stable, counting his days, running his race.
- Joe is home, at this moment. We’ve clocked 50 nights and 3 surgeries at the children’s hospital in Indy. We’ve witnessed more miracles than we can count. One more surgery seems likely. Joe is still not well. We wait. We hope.
- Sam is doing well! Army Boot Camp is the real-deal. Graduation is July 10. Can’t wait!
- Tim (my hubby), Anna and Noah are running around Camp with grins on their faces.
First time here?
Welcome! We’re a group that gathers around the theme, “There has to be a better way.” We’re finding it in the 4-word mission statement, “Run hard. Rest well.”
- It’s a journey into the heart of God. It comes our way through an on-going exploration of four biblical rhythms that revive, replenish and restore: Sabbath Keeping, Sleep (and other simple stress-reducers), Stillness—personal retreat, and Solitude—personal retreat.
- It’s an expedition that challenges us at every turn. It convicts us in deep, tender places. It alters the our priorities and plans. It’s not for the faint of heart.
- It’s adventure at its best – as we learn to run the race in a power not our own.