A well spent Sunday afternoon

After another wonderful worship experience this morning, we enjoyed a family dinner with my wife’s extended family and then came home for naps. After the girls woke up, Grace and I enjoyed flying her new kite while Kessed watched. For most I’m sure that’s not the most spectacular post I’ve ever written, but for me it was a wonderful afternoon with my girls. I’ve included a pic and a video below!


Micah is a husband to Tracy & a daddy to Grace, Kessed & Haddon. He’s Senior Pastor at Brainerd Baptist Church in Chattanooga, TN. Most of all, he’s a debtor to grace.

5 thoughts on “A well spent Sunday afternoon

  1. Josh-

    Actually we stopped holding Sunday pm services a while ago. We have transitioned to participating in servant projects every Sunday afternoon and/or evening. We call the emphasis “Servant Sunday” and we do it in order to get out of church and be a visible picture of our faith in our community. On the first Sunday of each month (yesterday) we drive to Atchison, Kansas which is about 20 minutes away and we lead a worship service for the residents of a Retirement Home. Most are unable to get out of their wheelchairs and so getting to church is out of the question. It is a ministry that is not exactly my forte, but we have some folks at the church who love it and lead it. I go each month, but I’m just a regular participant like everyone else. It’s been a good ministry for us. We even had the privilege of leading one of the residents to Christ last month.

    On other Sundays we usually go out in the afternoon and we have done everything from putting a roof on a house for a man who was terminally ill, to working together with a new church plant to get their building ready to door to door evangelism, which we do at the end of each month. We’ll do anything we can find that is needed. We not only provide the labor but we also try to pay for the materials so that it can be certain that we are truly serving those that we work with.

    That’s a long answer to your short question, sorry! 🙂

  2. Before, during and after. We also make sure that we sing a traditional hymn (complete with pipe organ of course) to wash away all the impurities. 🙂

  3. Hwew, That’s a relief. I was afraid I may have been associated with a radical lefty. Just one more question… are the verses printed as subtext in your hymnal from the King James Version? – David

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