With almost a year passing since my last blog post, I can honestly say that myself, my family, and two churches I have served have gone through "them changes."
In the past 12 months, (or so)
- My mother-in-law died,
- My father-in-law died,
- My wife took a new job,
- I took a new ministry responsibility,
- We sold a house,
- We bought a new house,
- We moved,
- My wife had surgery,
- Our financial picture has changed,
- And we are still getting settled.
How's that for changes?
Now, the task is to finish living out of boxes, be able to find things that have gone missing since we moved,
And make a new life.
It is still pretty much the old life. I am still a pastor. My wife is still an educator. We still have two sons.
But so much has changed.
I am glad to be back in my home town. Doors of opportunity have opened. In future blogs, for those who are interested, (for those who are not, I will still write) I will discuss on this blog what I believe to be three of the reasons we have pulled up our roots to come back home.
'Midst all "them changes,"
Life changes daily. God never does.