When God put on skin and moved into our neighborhood two thousand years ago, He surprised everyone.
He didn’t enter history as a statesman or emperor. Not a renowned scholar or scientist. Not a muscled warrior either.
No, God arrived in the most unexpected disguise. A child. The Word became infant, vulnerable, spitting-up, cooing baby flesh.
Read the rest.God’s best in our smallest.That’s how my new ebook In The Sky (And Other Big Lessons From Little People) begins. It’s a 104-page collection of illustration, photography and stories about the little people I love most and what they’ve taught me over the years.