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Indian Summer

A lesson from Autumn: delays can hold promise of delight. Sometimes wildly so.

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Here and There

During the Boundless Team’s recent visit to Southern Seminary for the GMAA Radical conference, Lisa Anderson and Martha Krienke recorded some podcast material to air once they returned to Colorado Springs. Among their interviews with David Platt, Russell Moore, Flame and Shane and Shane, they asked Steve and I about what we’ve been up to […]

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Just Enough Snow

Spring arrives early in Kentucky. That’s one of our favorite things about moving here from Colorado. About the time we’d be digging out of our biggest snowstorm back in Colorado, the crocuses are pushing up the earth in our flower beds. But not as early as February. Last week’s short snow storm provided some early […]

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Lively Smiths

Charles is both friend and photography mentor. The set up for this shot was his idea.

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Faught Family Photos

I like alliteration. The way closely connection words flow when they start with the same sound. How about the way closely connected people come together to capture a moment in time? Even better.

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Dalrymple Family

Let the family-photographs-for-Christmas-cards season begin! First up, our friends and neighbors, the Dalrymples.

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Springtime In Kentucky

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Snow Globe

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Cookie Time

I’ve never liked the work of baking Christmas cookies. But our kids are helping me see it’s a delight-filled effort.

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Whining for a White Christmas

A few days ago, our kids made Christmas wish lists, excitedly handed them to me, and with equal parts naiveté and ignorant bliss, seamlessly shifted to full-on expectation mode. They’re at rest knowing we’ll do all in our power as their parents to make their dreams come true. A few weeks ago, just days after […]

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