Your Journey Starts Here

Whether you have already read the book "Through the River" or are interested in the topic of truth and how it impacts your faith and relationships, we welcome you and look forward to interacting with you.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Prayer for Haiti

We are all overwhelmed with the needs in Haiti, but where do we start. We believe firmly that we start with prayer. That is what we are doing in our church and in our family and we would ask you to join us in that. Jon has created a 30 Day Prayer Guide for Haiti with Eric Foley as part of their work with .W (doers of the Word - Take a minute to visit Eric's blog and download the prayer guide. And please be sure to share here how you and your family are responding.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Useful Fictions and Silos

We recently ran into another wonderful review of the book. Dan shares how creating useful fictions and silos for ideas were very powerful ideas for him. Do you know what he means? Take some time to pick up the book and check it out. We will be blogging more about those topics in coming months as well. Here is Dan's review.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

A New Perspective on Through the River

Take a minute to read a powerful review from a priest in the Orthodox Church about how he interacted with our book and the concept of truth lenses. Very well written:

Monday, January 4, 2010

A Great Truth Story

I just read a great story about one person's truth journey. David Wierzbicki recently wrote a year-end blog that chronicles his journey through the river and his ongoing truth search. I love the fresh and transparent way that David shares. Please take a moment to read about David's journey.

One of my favorite quotes in his post is, "I discoved a love of God that didn’t revolved around a need that every brick in my truth wall be perfectly fitted." This is such a key observation. Once we realize that our God is truth but that there is so much to learn about who He is and what He made, then we can humbly engage our world in exciting ways without feeling like our foundation is being shaken.

So where are you on your truth journey?