Posts Tagged ‘Tenth’

Hello, 1/1/11!


Last night was probably one of the loveliest New Years’ Eves I can remember.  After a family photo and a relaxed dinner out, we spent the evening at church – fellowshipping, singing Baptist hymns, praying, and celebrating the Lord’s Supper as the calendar changed.  Very poignant.  We welcomed 2011 by singing “Jesus, What a Friend […]

Goodbye, 2010!


What. A. Year. 2010. Gone already?  Really? God is so good.  The first time I posted this year, I wrote out a list of things I hoped to accomplish in 2010.  What a marvel it is to see how God has used that list – changed, reshaped, remade – this year!  I couldn’t have planned […]

It’s the end of 2010 – I can hardly believe it!  It’s the time of year for looking back and seeing what God has done – expected and unexpected, exciting and not-so-exciting, normal and, well, abnormal. :-)  It’s been one crazy year!  This is the time of year when I begin to plan for the […]

While I was in South Africa, I updated our team blog far more frequently (ha!) than I updated here, so by way of making up the difference, here are a few of my favorite shots from the trip.  The rest of my 600+ pictures are posted to Picasa – I LOVE my new camera!   […]

So Sunday was our first Ryken-less Sunday at church… sad, quiet, and coming the middle of beginning to process SMI.  Dr. Liam Goligher (senior pastor at Duke Street Church, London), who has been a guest preacher at Tenth over the past several summers, was preaching from II Corinthians 3 on the Glory of God (one […]