Sunday Confessionals

I confess that we went to Belfast City for St. Patrick’s Day this year. Abigail and I have now spent St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin (a few years back), and now Belfast. I think that’s pretty amazing to have spent one in each of the islands capital cities.

I confess that we’ve been going to district assembly this week, and the boys have had several late nights in a row.  They did so well, but both of them hit their limits today, so I stayed home this evening to let them go to bed at a normal time while Abigail went to the assembly. I also confess that we sneaked away from the Saturday afternoon events, put the boys down for a nap, and went to a Rugby watching party.  Rugby is an amazing sport! I don’t fully understand it, but it is quickly becoming a favorite of mine.  Plus Ireland won the six nations so that was awesome! The rugby World Cup is this summer, which sounds amazing.  I am very impressed with the way sports can be used to forge deeper relationships.

I confess that I am praying for our partners every chance that I get. I praise God for you partnering with us in ministry.  We are blessed to be able to walk this road with people like you.

I confess the blood of Jesus to be my saving grace.  Praise God from whom all blessings flow!

I’ve made my confession.  Now go make yours. (Sorry I missed last week. It turns out that weekly blogging isn’t as easy as it seems).

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