Category Archives: father

Cash // master teacher

The other day we were in the back yard. It’s normal again finally. Keeping a two year old entertained inside the house for hours on end while three other little ones require so much attention is difficult. But now the … Continue reading

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imitation // discipleship

“Imitation is coded deeply within our children.” – Mike Breen. This phrase gripped me this week. The context it was spoken in was about a thought that in some ways has had me bent out of shape recently: How do … Continue reading

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update // walker

I think he has it down now. In fact, it’s great exercise to try and keep up with him now.  

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Cooper and Cash // Culture

Tonight we went and hung out at the “Farewell to Summer Block Party” in Auburn and met up with some friends. When we arrived, I said, “This is where we should be, hanging out with the community, finding the ‘cultural’ … Continue reading

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six months // hang on

Today, #theJCash turned six months old. Ridiculous. It is almost unimaginable that we have been this long and been through so much already. Everyday is something new, whether it’s learning to keep the walker going straight, sitting up on his … Continue reading

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