it’s almost comical how quickly our perspective can change. just think: a few days ago, the internet/media overwhelmed with reports of a guy who thought red cups were anti-Christianity and even more reports of Christians who were anti the anti-red cup movement. a hashtag spread and pretty soon, like the blue dress/gold dress debaucle, all of us were consumed with taking a side or taking … Continue reading a broken world
**written at an earlier date** on a scale from 1 to 10, i may have teared up several times in church this morning. i’m not entirely sure if that was because of the unplanned caffeine consumption earlier this morning or just an incredibly moving message from Pastor Peter, but it happened. treasure there have been a lot of truly great takeaways from the recent sermon … Continue reading the pursuit of Jesus… and other ramblings
last month i got to check something off my bucket list. you can find it on iTunes. Continue reading bucket list… check
it’s hard to believe that it’s already March. seriously, where has the time gone? it seems like just yesterday we were complaining about how late midnight is at 9pm on new years eve. anyway, i’ve had two months to process 2012 (and i admit i actually have 2 posts about my 2013 resolutions sitting in my drafts folder… someday) and some of the big lessons … Continue reading what i learned in 2012.
roomie would be so proud. she’s been on a Friday Night Lights kick and has managed to pull me in with her. it took me a few episodes to really get into FNL, but im a fan for life now! while we disagree on which boy we love the most (she’s all for Riggins, i’m a huge Saracen fan), we love everything about the show … Continue reading clear eyes, full hearts… can’t lose
i pulled the title of my post from a Taylor Swift song (surprise surprise), but i’d like to caveat this by saying this has nothing to do with her song about Jake Gyllenhaal. it’s kind of funny. i started this post a few weeks ago and i was reading through the draft and chuckling to myself. it’s amazing how much can change in a few … Continue reading this is a state of grace
is to say goodbye. i’m not talking about goodbyes, like at the end of a night when you know you’re going to see your friends the next day. i’m not talking about goodbyes, when you know that even if you don’t see them again, your friends still and always will love you. i’m not talking about goodbyes, when you know that even though you are … Continue reading the hardest thing to do…