This week at Trinity Lutheran, we'll be thinking about issues of gender and the ways we still need to transform our society. I've b...
Monday, July 15, 2013
Fruit Tree Garden, Kona Kai, Key Largo, Florida, July 2013
No good tree bears bad fruit, nor again does a bad tree bear good fruit; for each tree is known by its own fruit.
Fruit flourishes with proper care and fertilizer.
If we want the fruit of our lives to embody a gracious and loving God; if we want to bear witness to the hope freely gifted to us; if we want to be imitators of Christ as the dearly loved children of God that we truly are - we must put the greatest priority on how we choose to nurture the faith that produces such fruit.
Good fruit is no accident.
Disciple and discipline share more than a few letters...