I’m here to redeem the online space for Jesus. Not use it for judgement and the spreading of hate. What you post in the digital space matters. In the comment section, please let people know what accounts you follow online that remind you about Jesus. #LoveFirst
May your life reflect the unexplainable image of grace that Jesus died for.— Van Baird (@vanbaird) April 17, 2019
Not the judgment that is so easy to hand down.
Life is hard. Life without Jesus? Hard to even imagine.— Van Baird (@vanbaird) July 29, 2013
The harder I work on my marriage the closer I get to Jesus. The closer I get to Jesus, the easier it is to work on my marriage.— Van Baird (@vanbaird) November 3, 2014
Guys:— Van Baird (@vanbaird) January 21, 2015
Step 1: Marry a woman that loves Jesus
Step 2: Pursue Jesus everyday
Live for Him. Die for her. Eph 5:25
Husbands, the power to serve your Bride comes from the level of intimacy we have with Jesus.— Van Baird (@vanbaird) January 26, 2015
Live for Him. Die for her.
May your life reflect the image of grace that Jesus died for versus the judgment that we deserved.— Van Baird (@vanbaird) February 11, 2015
In the comment section, please let people know what accounts you follow online that remind you about Jesus.
My post about meeting my wife Wendy, gathered a lot of eyeballs as well as questions about relationships and marriage over 28 years of knowing each other. (You can catch up on that post here if you haven’t read it yet). It even prompted me to send some unsolicited advice to a a couple that I knew was heading out of town to go get married.
That should give you an idea of juuuuuuust how arrogant I was at 20 years old. So arrogant! The following is my way of documenting the 3rd best day of my life. The first being when I decide to follow Jesus and 2nd when the Detroit Tigers won the World Series in ‘84. Wait, I mean, my wedding day! I definitely meant to say my wedding day is the 2nd best day of my life. Moving on…
I short video that will resonate with exactly 50% of my audience.
Even as I wrote that heading, it seemed a little weird. My oldest is out on her own. Working. Paying bills. Dating. Paying Taxes. And as of today, she can order an alcoholic beverage!! I mean, my wife was younger than 21 when we got married. Sheesh...I'm old.
I was wondering about what to post next in the Family section and being a Husband to me is a pretty important title, having been one for over 23 years.
Posting the picture above reminds me...we need to get a new family pic. Didn't we JUST take this one? Actually no. This is at least 3 years old. Now, I have a beard, my youngest is a Senior in high school and my oldest is out on her own, ya know...adulting. This time next year my wife and I will be empty nesters.