A pastor must pass over varied terrains as he treks from Sunday to Sunday through the hills, valleys, rocky paths and spring runoff streams of study, prayer, preaching, counsel, and administration. Equally significant are the roles of husband and father, which add the contour lines of provision, leadership and nurture. Such is the trail that Steve Krogh has traversed for over thirty years.
This book is a curated collection of articles written by Steve during his time as a pastor when he had six children sitting around the dinner table each evening. The significance of the pastoral role and the intimacy of his role as father often meet in his writings to reveal both wit and sentiment. His thoughts were never abstract but deeply interwoven to place and patterns. Summer backpacks, fall yard work, winter basketball, and spring cleaning projects. Within these articles, written over thirteen years, Steve explores the eternal significance found in temporal places, everywhere from Niagara Falls to the Krogh family home.