Glacier and the Creator


Briefly, (off camera!) he waxes theological (in a secular sort of way) about why people may be drawn to Montana. Then he shuts up and lets the scenery speak for itself. The music—which is powerful—is “Christ Child Lullaby” by Barry Phillips, Sarah-Jane Summers and friends.

4 thoughts on “Glacier and the Creator

  1. You have officially convinced me that I MUST visit Montana. Soon. I am embarrassed to admit that I had no idea there was such beauty to be found out West. Thank you for opening my eyes.
    Also, I didn’t go to Church today (okay… Or last Sunday… ), but I feel more connected to God after watching your video than I have in months. I will be sad when your trip is over! Maybe you could blog from Alabama? I am serious.

  2. Does the creation require a Creator? Any number of people claim to know: “It does!” Or, “It doesn’t.” But when we’re in a place of beauty like Glacier National Park, we are in the presence of something that takes our breath away. And I don’t say we have to, but we are moved to ask this at least: “Where did that breath go?” knowing we won’t get it back. Somewhere, It must have gone somewhere.

  3. I loved this video. I am amazed at the beauty! I look forward to each of your blogs. I hope you are having the time of your life and can tell us so many stories when we return to the old Bump!

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