Sharing a meal is one of the best ways to help a friend. But what if you’re short on time? Adina Bailey has 6 great suggestions. And here’s a seventh: leftovers. Someone from church did this for us yesterday. And after a busy day with several sick kids at home, it was a big, yummy help.
Apple Reminders now auto-organizes grocery lists into shopping categories. It works great!
Confused about legal immigration? Play the Green Card Game to learn more. See if you could become a permanent resident in the United States.
📷 blog challenge | Day 15: red
For the past few years we’ve been going to the fair that occasionally pops up at the Tucson Outlets. It’s pretty fun!
📷 blog challenge | Day 14: statue
Someone figured out how to combine art, whimsy, and self storage. Someone should win an award.
If it’s been a while since you’ve thought through the doctrine of baptism, I highly recommend Baptism by Guy M. Richard. It’s clearly written, uses biblical arguments, and covers all the major questions: meaning, mode, who should be baptized, etc. We have a copy in our church library. 📚
📷 blog challenge | Day 13: glowing
I couldn’t find a good picture for yesterday’s challenge: “panic”. But I think this is a great one for today. I took the picture last year a few days after Christmas.
📷 blog challenge | Day 11: retrospect 🚲
Since Christmas I’ve been slowly turning a 1982 Univega Gran Turismo frame into a super fun everyday bike. It’s a love-project that comes from my grandpa to my dad to me.
In Apple Maps you can get directions and travel estimates via different transportation modes, including bicycle.
In Apple Calendar you can set your travel time to an appointment based on location and transportation mode, but not including bicycle.
Why no bike? 🚲
📷 blog challenge | Day 8: language
Body language and symbolic communication all on one hilarious door.
📷 blog challenge | Day 6: well
At our Bible study tonight, one of the kids requested that we sing It Is Well With My Soul
Though Satan should buffet, though trials should come, let this blest assurance control, that Christ has regarded my helpless esstate, and has shed his own blood for my soul.
📷 blog challenge | Day 5: forest + bonus haiku
I took this pic of a giant tree growing on top of a ginormous California Redwood stump.
O how we can stand
On the shoulders of giants
Long after they’ve gone.
Finished reading: Crossroads: a step-by-step guide away from addiction, by Edward T. Welch. Welch’s approach is helpful and theologically well-grounded. Many insights clearly expressed. Those who work through this with a friend, group, ￼or counselor will find much more success than those who don’t￼. 📚