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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 since leaving Boundless. The show is available now on iTunes. You can listen here.
In other audio news, you can listen to our Radical Dating breakout session as well as all the other excellent breakouts and general sessions with Kevin DeYoung, David Platt, Albert Mohler and Russell Moore.
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 morning snow play.
There was just enough snow for sledding.
Enough even for snowmen.
It's a good thing we got outside when we did. Because it was just enough.
Let the family-photographs-for-Christmas-cards season begin! First up, our friends and neighbors, the Dalrymples.