When I was contemplating beginning my journey into Minimalism the life Jesus of Nazareth was a huge compelling factor. The verse we will land on this week is in Luke 12v13-15 AMP 13 Someone from the crowd said to Him, “Teacher, tell my brother to divide the family inheritance with me.”14 But He said to him, “Man, who appointed Me…… Continue reading Let Go
While working through practicing The Way of Jesus I have started with silence and solitude. I’ve been using the Resource by John Mark Comer; Pastor of Bridgetown Church in Portland, Oregon. Some of you might consider this quiet time or something like that, but it is an important part of our daily practice. In the new testament, we…… Continue reading The Quiet Place
Here recently I have been working on getting back to the basics of The Way of Jesus; the things that bring us into a deeper relationship with Him. I feel like in our personal lives it is essential to make sure we practice these things regularly so that way we are not only getting closer…… Continue reading Back to the Basics
This is a gallery of photos I took on 10.27.2018 These images represent pieces of our home that make it ours. I hope you enjoy this different avenue of expression. This was a collaborative work between Christen and me. Photos by Mat Napp. Staging by Christen Napp.
Being transparent in my life is something that I believe is important. It kills any sense of what I call Social Media Perfection by giving a snapshot of something I struggle with. It keeps me accountable because now its out there in the open for everyone to see. I once heard Louie Giglio say, and I’m…… Continue reading Coming Clean
This week I was reading the story where Jesus’s takes some of his apprentices to reveal His complete and total glory to them. If you can imagine, they probably did not want to leave that place. This was a literal mountain top moment! But…they had to come down. They could not stay there forever. Waiting…… Continue reading Living in the valley
Leaving to go work for a new church is an exciting experience. It is so new to me and I honestly don’t know what to expect. I am left with a bittersweet feeling though. To get a new job at a Church means I have to leave the Church I have poured so much of…… Continue reading Thank you