Jim Wright is a church sower, public but unassuming, thinker, mentor, teacher, local church elder, motivated by redemption, foe of tyrants, friend of the dispossessed, retired international attorney, entrepreneur, former private pilot, and so-so bass fisherman.
Marianne is a retired public school teacher, private but strong, heart, skilled counselor, knows deep intimacy with God, a comfort to others in the Lord, wise, motivated by mercy but has strong resolve, gardener, and a bridge to healing for many.
Together, we have been part of a community of simple, participatory fellowships for many years in our own home county - some of which we helped start.
Our blogs and devotionals spring from firm roots in those local fellowships.
I am new at this site but my dear friend Wendy has been sending me your words off and on as well as chatting about you for a year or so now. While searching the site I cam upon this blog and it made me laugh not because it is funny but because it is so true. While doing time in prison on drug charges this did happen to me God gave me hope. He sat me down so I would listen and learn about Him which I did with so much vest and hunger. Once I got out I actually began doing a Prison pen-pal ministry for about 5 years and in that time reached out to thousands of brothers and sisters. It was one of the best experiences of my life and one I pray I can return to soon. But yes the comment is true God sets us done because we are just way to busy out there doing what we do. I thank God for my time and I thank you for such a great web site. God Bless you all