Welcome to the Book Journey of Overrated by Eugene Cho.
Have you read the book review and schedule for this book journey? If not, you can find it here.
We started life at Seneca Center with hearts full of passion and the best of intentions. Life here is one of the most beautiful things that has happened to Jay and me and to our kids. It’s the most right thing in our messed up world, I suppose.
Yet, I guess it doesn’t look that way – not from the outside. Because, we get pity-looks. We get comments centered around how “difficult it must be” – this type of living.
But, no friends, it’s not this that is difficult. [Read more…]
“Do you have someone who can use some used toys (clothes, TV, etc?) Still works fine and everything; we are just upgrading and needing to clear out some space.”
We get this question so often:
“Isn’t it hard raising your kids in the midst of that type of ministry?”
There are days when we lock our doors and hide in our (unfinished) basement. We’ve been known to “run errands” for hours on end, just to escape the chaos and spend time together. We’ve eaten out at restaurants more often then budget should allow, in order to have a quiet meal together. [Read more…]