In the current housing market we are in, where there are tons of homes up for sale, and most are at a price cheaper than what you could have purchased one just four years ago, it seems that it would be helpful to look at a potential home not so much for what it is, but what it could be. Potential seems to be the word of the day, combined with value. If you are able to see the potential, the value seems to increase.
While I/we are praying along those lines for our actual home (by the way, if you or someone you know is interested in a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home on a dead end street in a gated community in University Place, WA, have I got a deal for you!) that is also the approach I am taking with this blog. Over time, I’ll increase the curb appeal, or whatever the blogosphere equivalent is, with hopes that you will come back often and eventually settle in.
The purpose of this blog is threefold:
1. To keep you updated on our journey with Village Missions – raising support, awaiting assignment, prayer requests, etc.
2. To provide a forum for some modicum of cultural analysis – that is, I’ll write about things that I think are noteworthy or worth commenting on. While I will reserve the right to deviate every now and again, most of that cultural analysis will be placed in the categories of advancement of the gospel and the sufficiency of Scripture.
3. As we move forward with Village Missions, to keep you up to date on what is happening on whatever field we may end up on, the status of the church, sermon outlines (and hopefully recordings) and whatever else may arise.
With all of that said, thanks for dropping by. I’d be grateful for your comments as we move along, and I look forward to sharing with you all that God is up to in our lives.