Trying to Be Still

Sometimes when you’re trying to grab hold of the opportunities it’s hard to live in the moments.

Sometimes stillness is elusive when it seems a million things are vying for your attention.

But I’ll keep trying 🙂

There’s God things coming for our family… good things, big changes, lots of unknowns, exciting adventures ahead.

We’ll be moving to a place that’s about 5 hours from where we’ve been raising our boys the past 13 years. But it’s closer to family, near our old stomping grounds, and there’s lots of opportunity there for all of us.

Josh will be taking a new job as a senior pastor.

I’ll be making my way back to school part-time for a Master’s in Peace and Conflict Studies.

Our boys will be navigating new schools and new neighbourhoods.

We’ll all be saying goodbye to a place and a people that have poured into us for more than a decade. And we’ve poured into this place and these people too.

Some people are sure to visit us in our new place, and we’ll continue to pour into one another’s lives.

And there are new places and people coming – new places and people to pour into and allow them to pour into us.

Much transition.

It’s been a whirlwind of finishing the last of the to-dos on our house, and cleaning/fixing our rental house so we can list them on the real estate market. And narrowing it down to the right neighbourhood in the place we’re moving to.

But I see the light at the end of the tunnel.

We’re rounding third and heading into the home stretch.

We’ve done our bit and we wait to see God do his bit.

It can be pretty fun to watch Him work out the details, can’t it?

Like only He can.

And I can see more moments of stillness coming.

Thank God…

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