Thanks to my faithful brother Kevin for all the work he has done on the new www.kenpierpont.com website. If it was not for his help and work over the last six or seven years a huge part of our ministry to people would not exist. I am grateful to him. Check out his stuff. Thanks, […]
Archives for January 2006
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I met Gilbert Morris last night. We were asked to sing at a little church on the other side of the state. We arrived and set up and just before the service a friendly older man carried a guitar up to the front of the church and set it down. He turned and introduced himself […]
I have been meditating lately on the sweet privilege and holy priority that we have in the prospect of fellowship, union, abiding, communion, and intimacy with God. What was God’s purpose for creating man but to have the pleasure of fellowship with him and to be glorified in that communion? What was the greatest beauty […]
Holly and Dad working together at the Young Ladies’ Winter Gathering.
This in my first born boldly leading his lovely wife in the exploration of God’s creation at Camp Barakel on snowshoes. This picture was taken last winter when they were courting. They now live in a quaint home I like to call “The Little Cottage in the Dunes” which technically isn’t in the dunes, but […]
Yesterday morning my heart was burdened to give my younger boys some undivided attention. I couldn’t think of anything good to do. I was stumped and my creativity battery was dead. I often take them with me on errands, or ministry trips but it is easy to be distracted during those times. Most days I […]
Last night I checked the mail and it is official. All my requirements for my Master’s Degree from Moody Graduate School are now complete. I started six years ago almost to the day.
I used to own a bank, but I lost it. Actually, it was taken away from me. My Dad took it. My aunt gave it to me. It was a Christmas present. She made it herself. It was a green Cocker Spaniel bank. It was sort of a kosher-version of the classical piggy-bank. It was […]