note from the editor
Every issue of Frontier Journal brings with it a little more clarity. Each feels like a step closer to the vision in my minds eye when I launched earlier this year. The overarching principles of this work is to explore the frontiers of the heart. As it relates to my christian walk, in marriage and parenting, friendships and community.
We live in a distracted high-speed era of quick-fixes and life-hacks. There are no shortcuts when it comes to walking with God, living whole-hearted, or training a toddler. In this issue we explore pursuing a life of depth in Christ. We’ve come at it from a few different angles that I hope you find helpful. While our unique time history presents its own challenges, our brothers in sisters in Christ have found ways to live with a vibrant heart for centuries before us. Living with a heart alive in God is not outside our reach, no matter our circumstances. — Isaac Smith
“Whoever abides in me and I in him, he it is that bears much fruit, for apart from me you can do nothing.” John 15:5b
Living a life of Significance offline | Chris bowler
Building regular rhythms of rest into your life to detox from productivity.
Embracing the Mess of Motherhood | Cherish Smith
Words of beauty to reflect on and savor.
Embracing Process: Part 2 | Isaac Smith
Why is it the best things in life require the most effort?
What to do with disappointment | Isaac Smith
Fuel for the Frontier: III
It's kind of like trail mix, but for your life. Some resources that you may find helpful on your journey.