2014 was an eventful year for us personally. We celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary. I “celebrated” my 50th birthday. In our ministry, we made progress in the congregation we’re serving as interim co-pastors, albeit with some bumps along the road!
2015 will be the first year in which the future seems truly open. In a month, we will be moving to Tennessee to live with my mom, mainly for health reasons. We don’t know yet what church or ministry in which we will be involved. We don’t know what we’ll be doing for money!
Of course, every year begins with an open future. None of us knows what the year has in store. We make our plans, but in a heartbeat, everything can change. Still, it does feel like a bigger step of faith than we’ve ever taken (or maybe are comfortable with).
As C. S. Lewis says in Perelandra, “The thing was going to be done. There was going to arrive, in the course of time, a moment at which he would have done it. The future act stood there, fixed and unalterable as if he had already performed it. It was a mere irrelevant detail that it happened to occupy the position we call future instead of that which we call past.”
Here’s to the journey!