Dear Friends, This past Sunday our church celebrated our ten year anniversary. We had a wonderful celebration service – listening to testimonies, watching videos of the life of things the church has experienced these past years, and taking time to remember all that God has done for us in the last decade. As I was preparing for the celebration, God reminded me of Psalm 105:1-5, which says, “Give thanks to the Lord and proclaim His greatness. Let the whole world know what He has done. Sing to Him; yes, sing His praises. Tell everyone about His wonderful deeds. Exult in His holy name; rejoice, you who worship the Lord. Search for the Lord and for His strength; continually seek Him. Remem

That's Why

Dear Friends, This morning I was doing my daily devotional reading, and came across Genesis 12:2, which says, “I will make you into a great nation. I will bless you and make your name great, and you will be a blessing to others.” For those of you who aren't familiar with this passage, God was speaking to Abram before he had been renamed “Abraham”, and God had just told Abram to leave his home and follow Him to a new place that God will show him. In the process, God outlines for Abram several blessings that he will receive as he follows God. I think that when we read through this particular passage of Scripture, it's easy for us to focus on all the promises that God gave to Abram, but today

Poco A Poco Se Andelejos

Dear Friends, I recently lead a short term missions team from our church to work with an urban ministry Galveston, Texas. When you think of missions trips, Galveston isn't necessarily the first place that comes to mind, but it ended up being a good week, away from the normal routine of life, seeing God at work in a new context. And just like He’s done with every other short-term missions trip I’ve been on, God used this trip to gently re-adjust my perspective, and I came home refreshed and ready to continue in my walk of faith. But God doesn’t just refresh me, He also does a great work in the other folks who go on these short-term missions trips. Sometimes people are hoping for a reconnec

Choose Wisely

Dear Friends, If you've been checking your inbox for the Plan B devotionals, then you know it's been a while since I've written. Some of that is because of a missions trip I went on last week, and some of it is because - shortly before the missions trip - we took a trip back east for a family reunion. We are finally back, and beginning to settle in to the regular rhythm of life, and I'm thankful to have the chance to write again. While I was traveling, there were several situations that made me think, “That would make a good Plan B devo!”. Unfortunately, I didn't write them down, and now that I'm back there's only one that really stands out to me. I think it’s still fresh in my mind beca


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Random thoughts and ponderings on life and faith from a recovering sinner.

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Daniel May - husband, father, pastor, grocer, Packers fan, and above-mentioned recovering sinner.

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