Month: February 2015

  • February 25, 2015

    Last week I suggested you consider participating in Lent by subtracting in order to add.  I hope you’ve taken me up on the suggestion.  I have only participated in Lent a few years, but have found the practice meaningful and enriching.  Each of the last four years my practice has been different.  This year I…

  • Pictures

      The Kitchen The Kitchen  The Living Room Bedroom #1 With Queen Bed  Bedroom #2 With Full Bed  Bedroom # 3 With Two Twin Beds

  • The Cottage Policies & Information

    Cottage Use Guidelines 2017 Purpose & Use of the Cottage: The cottage belongs to the Lord, and He has made it possible to be used for ministry here in Inlet. This third building on the property has therefore been set-aside for pastors, missionaries and Christian workers, to come aside and rest awhile. Our desire is…

  • February 18, 2015

    Lent began today, barely eliciting a ripple in my ecclesiastical tradition.  The churches I have been involved in haven’t really promoted Lent.   Too Catholic for our Evangelical Protestantism.  I’m afraid we’ve thrown the baby out with the bath water.  But a few years ago I dipped my toes into the water  to try it out. …

  • February 5, 2015

    We’ve been in a series that is exploring the big picture of the Bible.  We are tracing the main story arc of Scripture, and discovering major themes.  This last Sunday we introduced the monarchy, a topic we will explore more over the next two weeks.  We saw how the request for a king is implicitly…

  • February 12, 2015

    So it started about a week ago.  I woke up in the middle of the night with an idea needling me.  I had read the Adirondack Express earlier in the day, with a front page article entitled “Carving Out Memories” announcing a new snow sculpture contest to benefit the Tayler Schmid fund.  I awoke with…