Summer is a wonderful season, but they don’t call it the dog days of summer for nothing. It’s always hot and it’s often tiring. Very tiring. Our daughter is 10 months old and sometimes she is what I call “summer tired.” That happens when her cheeks turn red, her hair gets sweaty, her head starts to bob, and her eyes get heavy. Right now, on the blog front, I’m a little “summer tired.”

Because of seminary classes, responsibilities at church, and a few camps I’m speaking at this summer, blogging has taken a back seat. I traditionally take a blogging break each year, usually around June or July, and this year will be no different. I may have some guest bloggers contribute a few times, but for the most part, I’ll be working hard freeing up some space in your inbox or feed reader. You are welcome.

Thanks to all of you who subscribe, visit often, and comment. I am truly humbled that you read what I write. Praise God for this little corner of the internet world and how he uses it to spread his gospel—even if in a small way.

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