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Jen Pollock Michel

( author + writer + speaker )


"Numberless marks does man bear in his soul, that he is fallen and estranged from God; but nothing gives a greater proof thereof, than that backwardness, which everyone finds within himself, to the duty of praise and thanksgiving." - George Whitefield, 18th century evangelist and preacher

The gifts I've been counting over the last month . . .  (Photo Credit)

233. new friends and piecing together their stories

234. spiritual curiosity - musing together about the soul, about God, about what it all means

235. worshipping together as a community: the gifts of Your people used for our good and Your glory

236. a clarinet choir: beautiful and festive Christmas music and Audrey's special joy

237. reading great writing: the marvel of exquisite prose

238. Tim Tebow's win in overtime: let the world BELIEVE!

239. a husband resting and feeling better

240. Christmas ahead: days to celebrate and marvel at the mystery of the Incarnation

241. safety traveling over the holidays, kids contented in the backseat (most of the time!)

242. Colin's ENT appointment and now scheduled surgery

243. extended family's investment in and love for our children

244. awkward family relationships and still knowing we're loved

245. a crisp, clear, warm Christmas day and a walk by the river, twins on the shoulders of strong men

246. a friend's generosity, giving us use of their home while we were in Chicago

247. reconnecting with soul friends on New Year's Eve: their year of blessing with their newly adopted son

248. seeing lots of old friends during our visit

249. kids enjoying their cousins

250. time with Ryan over the holidays: some great car conversations, relaxed time away from work's demands

251. quiet days at home, preparing to re-engage in life's busyness

252. a daughter enjoying a new devotional book

253. a son's delighted eyes once he's home from a basketball game with Dad

254. little ones still looking for Mom's lap

255. twins playing hockey in the front entry and insisting on gloves and helmets

256. memorizing Colossians together this year as a family

257. praying a send-off for her year away serving Christ: joy at the visible work of His Spirit in her life

258. radiator heat, warm slippers, down comforters

259. a new year beginning and renewed commitment

260. 7:42 a.m., and it's still quiet around here