An Unexpected Journey: New appreciation for the word ‘lost’ – Part Three

Part One  |  Part Two I once was lost, but now I’m found. Getting lost in the woods caused me to stop and think. Since I maneuvered my way out of the canyon I’ve been pondering the meaning of the word “lost” as Jesus used it in the New Testament. I have also been pondering the words “light” and “dark” as well – two common … Continue reading An Unexpected Journey: New appreciation for the word ‘lost’ – Part Three

An Unexpected Journey: New appreciation for the word ‘lost’ – Part Two

Click photo to see an overview of the area. Click Here for Part One By Gary D. Myers I was lost in the woods and ashamed of myself for admitting it. How could I break rule number one? (Rule Number One for Exploring: Never admit you’re lost and keeping on search for the way). To by fair, I only broke part of rule number one. … Continue reading An Unexpected Journey: New appreciation for the word ‘lost’ – Part Two

An Unexpected Journey: New appreciation for the word ‘lost’ – Part One

Jonathan and me at the Indian cave in 2010. By Gary D. Myers Anyone who knows me well knows one thing: I don’t get lost. I don’t get lost in the car. I don’t get lost in the woods. I just don’t get lost. I have one rule for not getting lost and one tool for not getting lost. My one rule is to never … Continue reading An Unexpected Journey: New appreciation for the word ‘lost’ – Part One