Monthly Archives: February 2008

Metro Ministries

I feel bad. Perhaps it is because I read “Jesus Doesn’t Live in Brooklyn” so long ago now but I obviously forgot over the years that Bill Wilson, of whom I wrote of in my last post, actually founded Metro … Continue reading

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Jesus lives in Brooklyn

“We are called out; we are ransomed We are not of the world we’re in We are chosen; we are blessed To bring light to the lives of men So Father sow your seed Give us life in community Wake … Continue reading

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To my dear "twin…"

Right outside my beloved Joyce Bakeshop:) Before an outing downtown to H&M and dinner afterwards at a delicious Brooklyn burger restaurant (my pregnancy belly is obvious in this one!) Thank you for leaving husband, children, hearth and home to come … Continue reading

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Snow!

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Flowers for my boss lady

Rick’s Valentine’s gift to me: an amazing photo book filled with pictures pre-New York. What a blessed adventure our life together has been so far!* * * Sometimes encounters with strangers stay with you. On Friday night while Rick and … Continue reading

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Oh Susanna!

This is Rick taking over the big pink website. I wanted to lavish some praise on my wife this Valentines season. (But she also posted today, so please also keep scrolling and read/comment on her post as well.) First, for … Continue reading

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Micah's artwork, first belly shot, etc…

In the last week, I’ve started introducing Micah to the world of art! It didn’t turn out so well as he insisted on gnawing on the crayons I gave him instead of trying to color! A few days later I … Continue reading

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Finally, assurance

Every Sunday I am reminded of a higher walk. As we sing out unabashedly in the aesthetically lacking elementary school auditorium we currently call church, I am taken by the absolute wonder of my salvation. Each week, my eyes inevitably … Continue reading

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