I am among many, many thousands who love Catherine Marshall’s story of the life of Peter Marshall; A Man Called Peter. In case there are some of you who are not yet among them I would like to tell you some of the reasons I love this book. Romance First, everyone loves a romance and […]
I am drinking coffee among the pleasant locals at the Dairy Queen in Campton in the Mountains, Kentucky. It’s real name is Campton, but I like to call it Campton in the Mountains. I am preparing my heart to spend the week in Sacramento with the ATI families of the West. I will be speaking […]
Some Amish friends found the house for us. They made hay on the place. We needed somewhere to stay for a few weeks. It was an ugly house in a beautiful place, though it had once been pleasant. The countryside that surrounded it was as beautiful and the house was Spartan. A silver band of […]
If I have to explain this post, you would never understand. This is the first of our many grandchildren. Can you see the leadership in his eyes. He is destined to lead many others to honor the One who is Worthy! You wait and see!
Mark Batterson shared his life manifesto on his blog recently: Quit living as if the purpose of life is to arrive safely at death. Set God-sized goals. Pursue God-ordained passions. Go after a dream that is destined to fail without divine intervention. Keep asking questions. Keep making mistakes. Keep seeking God. Stop pointing out problems […]
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We were in Nashville last week for our homeschool conference. Every year the conference is like a family revival for us. It is a holy time. Families converge from all around the country for a week of inspiration and encouragement. The week is filled with anointed preaching, rich fellowship, spirited singing, genuine testimonies, and prayer. […]
God on the Mountain https://kenpierpont.com/audio/GodontheMountain.mp3 This is a recording of the girls singing with me joined by some young ladies from a recent Journey to the Heart. (This song was written by Tracy Dartt