Richee


In late July our family landed in Montana during our approximate 6500 mile trip. That time in Montana served as the culmination of thoughts swirling in my head and burnings of my heart for over 2 years. That month and a half probably looked like some type of vacation to those on Facebook or Instagram. But without a doubt it was the most fruitful time and strategic step we have ever taken as a family and as a married couple. With that...

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Face-to-Face

Face-to-Face


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Some are more in love with their opinion about issues and communicating to those they will rarely see or never meet, than actually forming in-person relationships that will confront any hidden hypocrisy. Trust me. I know. I did it for a long time and still struggle with it.

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My Wife


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I have been married to Sarah Grace Parks for 11 years and 8 months now. Her birthday is today. I’ve had the incredible honor of walking side-by-side with her for a little under a third of her life and can’t wait for the rest. My wife is truly my best friend and it is literally impossible to clearly communicate all that she means to me after the past years. The last several have been the toughest our marriage has ever faced...

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I know. I know. It’s been almost a year since I blogged. What’s happened to me? Short answer: I’ve been building other peoples’ websites and blogs (www.richeeparks.com), including a brand new Daniel Training Network website. Long story short, the Lord has had my focus elsewhere over the last year even though I have longed to blog it up so many times. With that out of the way, I wanted to reengage my blog...

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Zion Reign


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I still have yet to finish my little blog series but had to interrupt it to blog about the precious new addition to our family.  I cannot rave enough about my wife. I saw her do the most incredible thing that I will ever experience with her in my life. This labor and delivery was so radically different than our other two children and I wasn’t pushed to the side by lots of nurses and doctors during the process and/or did not have...

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To read Part 1 (Parent Trap) click here or Part 2 (Helpful Hardship) click here. This will be the third and final post of this series. My first post recognized the gracious process of the Lord to humble my pride-filled heart over time through merely one example and facet of life (parenting), although I could have shared many others. The second post highlighted the transition that our lives made as God humbled us and we began to follow...

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To read Part 1 (Parent Trap), click here. To read Part 3 (Dragging The Cross), click here. Before leaving Bethany International in April of 2011, Grace and I felt as though we had grown significantly in our walk with the Lord.  However, the Lord is gracious to us as His children and leaves no stone in our hearts unturned if we allow Him. Why? Because I believe the Lord knows that the fullness of our salvation has yet to be realized...

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First off, no baby #3 yet but contractions have been pretty intense over the last day or so. Less sleep, here I come! There hasn’t been much time for the blogosphere these days due to constant transition, being somewhat homeless for 5 weeks, struggling to get health insurance so we can get into the doctor for the first time, realizing that our due date was a month off and we were due a month earlier (!!), and a plethora of other...

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Our family has been in transition for around 2 weeks now. Really we have been in constant transition for the last 9 months or longer but who’s keeping track? Seriously though, the last few weeks have been filled with sleeping in basements (thank you to those who made a place for us in this time), filling our truck with everything we own…again and being humbled once again in how we don’t have it all together. :) There...

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