I jumped the gun on a recent tweet, making some assumptions and judgments. This post is my response and apology.
Receptions and installations for Pastor Duerr and me. A wonderful day!
I think that sometimes our relationship with the Lord is as rocky as that between Congress and the President – barely tolerable. To deliver the State of the Union address, the Congress invites [by necessity as the President is not otherwise allowed there during his time in office] the President to come to the Capital […]
Safety, comfort, ease, desire, acceptance: not promised to those God calls 2 follow Him. But having Jesus, is EVERYTHING! “THANK YOU, LORD!”— Scott E. Heitshusen (@scottheitshusen) January 17, 2015
Ben @showcasegym showing off! That’s my boy! pic.twitter.com/B5MSxyRqSj— Scott E. Heitshusen (@scottheitshusen) January 10, 2015
An awesome day! Got to have breakfast, lunch & the time in between w/just my amazing wife, @jenheitshusen Thanks, Lord, for that gift today!— Scott E. Heitshusen (@scottheitshusen) January 10, 2015
To be in either legalism or sin is to hate the Freedom Jesus won for us on the Cross. http://t.co/5gcpK1Oa4H pic.twitter.com/hsreCtxoj4 — Scott E. Heitshusen (@scottheitshusen) January 6, 2015
The Magi invested & sacrificed greatly to find & worship Jesus in a land & customs foreign to them. What will you sacrifice to worship Him?— Scott E. Heitshusen (@scottheitshusen) January 4, 2015
My resolutions this year: (1)Love Better & (2)Respond (to God's Grace/Work) Better. — Scott E. Heitshusen (@scottheitshusen) January 4, 2015
Yesterday was Jen’s and my 23rd anniversary! It’s hard to believe it has been 23 years. So many changes in our lives and, indeed, in who we are now in relation to who we were then. Some big challenges have been met and worked through, but even more laughter and joys! I am ever thankful […]
This is a very interesting talk on how body language influences who we are and outcomes we seek. Very interesting and worth a look. What do you think? Are there implications to the way we behave and carry ourselves as Christians, a la Matthew 20:25-28? Is this an aspect of good stewardship, dealing with the […]