The Dog Days of Summer

Posted on August 6, 2008

It’s hot. I’m talking triple-digit, boiling lava hot. And I love this time of year!

Over the past several weeks, Lisa and I have gotten to spend some time in Miami and the Fellowship campus there, writing, relaxing and getting ready for the coming fall. (Of course, I’ve done a little fishing too. You didn’t think I’d go to south Florida and not try to catch a fish or two, did you?)

One project that we’ve been working on is our new book about marriage, The Marriage Mirror. We’re in the final editing stage now and are ready to send this thing off to print.

But we aren’t the only ones making the most of this summer. The Fellowship worship team has used their "down time" to write, rehearse and record a brand new CD, Closer to the Start. They’ve already introduced several songs to the home crowd at our church, so if you’re in the area, stop by for a sneak peak!

Lisa and I also had the chance to visit our camp in East Texas. It’s amazing to see all that God is doing there in the lives of so many children and students. I’m still blown away by that place!

We’ve been busy. But we’ve had some great time off, too. I hope you can say the same. Let me know what you’ve been up to this summer…

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