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“Always, we begin again.” -St. Benedict

4948807592_c929696d09_zI love this time of year. Beginnings. New school supplies, new school clothes, a new grade. The lazy days  and freedom of summer shifting into the structure and routine of growing up. So much potential. So much possibility.

Don’t you love how the change of each season brings it’s own newness and beginnings? 

And now, during this time of beginnings, we are headed to a new church plant.

And thanks to the amazing generosity of brothers and sisters we are beginning this new season in a new home. We spent most of August moving in and getting things just right.

We’ll introduce you to Ginormica soon, and we’ll be blogging more regularly as well. Good-bye again, Summer. Hello again, Fall.

“Always, we begin again.”

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  1. Reply
    David
    September 1, 2015 at 1:15 pm

    So excited for your family and the work the Lord will be doing at the new plant.

  2. Reply
    Donna
    September 1, 2015 at 6:58 pm

    So happy for u guys and Ginormica! Looking forward to some pics/another funny clip? I get excited when I see a post from 3rd Race come through – “yay!” I go 🙂
    This is a new season for us too, it is Spring time- the Winter has passed, the Springtime has come, ’tis the season for singing! Moving house by the end of this season, who knows where? Sensing of shifting sands in many ways….I have learned to thank The Lord for change, to embrace it and certainly to expect it- change amongst so many other things, highlights how our God changes not! Thanks be to God in whom there is no shadow of turning. A thousand blessings you guys, praying for the work and His workers, His gift to His body. Xo

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      Bridget Babione
      September 2, 2015 at 9:29 pm

      Thank you so much, sister! The Lord has definitely changed our conception of “change” over the years. =) He truly is constant, yet bigger than we can imagine, so what we see as change is actually a way of revealing another aspect of Him we haven’t known yet. He is the anchor that keeps us in all circumstances. He is so glorious!

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