You don’t have to own a lot to be happy. Drink in everything good and beautiful around you—enjoy anything worthy around you. Sometimes, maybe often, things are much easier to enjoy if you don’t own them—if you are not responsible for them. I’ve often taken great pleasure walking the hills another man owned but rarely visited. A public park really belongs to me alone and no one else for the moments I sit in solitude by the water’s edge and enjoy the slanting evening light.Read the full story »
Here is what’s been happening lately around the Granville Cottage, the latest about the Pierpont family, and what’s been on my active mind of late.
I have written two books filled with these family stories, but all the stories are here free for you to enjoy. I hope they inspire you to love your family while you can.
Stories of gospel conversations, tools, training and inspiration so you can be faithful and fruitful in gospel conversations.
I often write about godward thoughts in field and forest, mountains, lakes, streams, parks and in the back yard.