Recently, our family made a big move to be closer to Pulpit Rock, our coffee shop, and the places we are creating community. Leaving a large house of seven years where we had all four of our kids together and a neighborhood we had settled in was hard, but we felt that we needed to live more intentionally missional in last decades of our life.
The story of God can be found in the stories of His people.
When we met, we had both been married previously. We thought that because we had navigated marriage successfully before, we knew what we were doing and pretty much had it figured out. Boy, were we naïve!
Life regularly presents us with people who are very different than we are. And part of loving each other well is understanding and accepting – and even celebrating – our differences. Our recent Table Manners series gives us nine truths to remember as we practice love.
In high school, small groups played a huge part in the development and consistency of my faith, and gave me relationships and connections. In college it’s not as easy to make those connections. With Orbit, we can sit with each other, remember that we are not alone and be reminded that God has a beautiful plan for our lives.