There’s a quote from Jason Robard’s character, Frank Buckman in the 80s movie Parenthood, that’s been on my mind a lot lately. He says, speaking of parenting, “There is no end zone. You never cross the goal line, spike the ball and do your touchdown dance. Never.” When my children were young I couldn’t appreciate the weight of that simple analogy. Years later, those words have crashed into my soul with the power of a tsunami, time and time again.
Found faithful, but in prison again, dreams become part of Joseph’s reality. Except this time, it’s a butler and a baker that have dreams that will change everything… eventually.
From being in charge of everything to being thrown into another “pit” Joseph’s rollercoaster ride continues in the house of Potiphar. Will he give in to temptation, or do what’s right when it could cost him everything?
Join Jonathan and Dustin as they start a journey through the life if Joesph. It starts like a popular reality show, but soon turns into a wonderful story full of redemption, grace and love.
A moment that changed time. The death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We read all about it in the Bible. We celebrate a Risen Savior on Easter. Every time you write a date, the […]
It seems like everything is out of control. Pandemics, violence and Presidential Debates make it seem like there is not much hope. Join Dustin and Jonathan as they are reminded of the truths found in Psalm 124.