Sunday, December 03, 2006

intermission


obviously what i have hit upon here is something powerful. something that, by its very nature, disturbs the status quo. not sure entirely what to really do about it so erin and i need some time for prayer and to get our row ducks in as we plan for our new child (erin's pregnant btw!) and our future together. where do we go from here? what does god really want us to do? how do we use these amazing new gifts we have been given? please pray for us as we try to discern god's will in our lives. sorry that things have been demolished around here and what was once a safe place for people to question and discuss without fear has become a place watched with suspicion and critique. and if it can never be what it once was again, i can accept that. but i will never forget what we had for the brief time we had it. especially back in the exfoliations days. our study of acts revolutionized my life. and i only pray that we will not shrink. and that the revolution will continue. see you in a little while...

10 comments:

Wendy said...

Congratulations ...
when is the new little one arriving?

jON said...

the word on the street is the end of may.

Susan said...

but i will never forget what we had for the brief time we had it. especially back in the exfoliations days.

I also will not forget what we had for the brief time we had it. It was very edifying, enriching and encouraging for me.

Wendy said...

It was definitely fun ...
Keep us posted ... praying for a safe and uncomplicated pregnancy and delivery.
Go Erin :-)

A-Wix said...

You gave me a chocolate cigar when Erin was first pregnant. We were working at the bookstore at the time. I didn't think anyone actually gave chocolate cigars anymore.

Congrats, Jon. This is kick ass.

jON said...

i was thinking today perhaps starting the new year afresh with a study of James in january? any takers?

jON said...

and thanks a-wix. i don't remember handing out chocolate cigars for the announcement of erin's pregnancy with zaavan... but it sounds a lot like me so i'll take your word for it.

Susan said...

Yep, I'm up for James in January.

Wendy said...

Absolutely, positively ... :-)

Jen said...

James in January...sounds like fun. I'll try to keep up. And CONGRATULATIONS!!!!