Word Became Flesh |Wednesday

Check out my first post to find out what we’re doing with this #WordBecameFlesh challenge.

2014

Here’s what I thought about¬†today.

It’s New Year’s Eve, and I was just looking back on the past year at all the ways the Lord has carried me and my family. ¬† Here’s a few of the challenges we faced together.

  • I transitioned out of a Family Ministry staff position into a Campus Pastor position (something new for me).
  • My wife transitioned off staff at our church and starting working at Winn-Dixie.
  • We moved out of a home we loved in GA and into an apartment just over the river in AL.
  • My wife then accepted a huge job change AGAIN working in the executive office of the apartment network we live in.
  • Our first-born and only daughter moved out on her own….TWICE¬†(very difficult).
  • We launched our first satellite church campus on September 7 (also very difficult).

Yet…

…through all of that, God kept us sane, married, and hopeful. ¬†Trust me when I say that God’s hand was at work in so many of those challenges. ¬†Too many to possibly list.

Now it’s your turn. ¬†Feel free to write in your Bible or in a journal this week. ¬†But if you’re like me and love social media, make a thoughtful post each day. ¬†Be sure to use the hashtag #WordBecameFlesh with your post. ¬†This way we can easily follow where others are noticing God at work.

Join the conversation, leave a comment below. 

Word Became Flesh | Tuesday

Check out the original¬†post to find out what we’re doing with this #WordBecameFlesh challenge.

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Here’s what I noticed today.

  • Still no sickness spreading in the home (yay).
  • The Lord allowed me to stay focused in the office and get a TON of work done.
  • I was reminded once again that I totally do not deserve the woman I have for my wife. ¬†I’m blessed.

Now it’s your turn. ¬†Feel free to write in your Bible or in a journal this week, or use social media. ¬†Be sure to use the hashtag #WordBecameFlesh with your post. ¬†This way we can easily follow where others are noticing God at work.

Join the conversation, leave a comment below.