What Could Have Been

August 18th 2015 No comments yet  

teen sneakers for blogAs I see students return to school once more, I am left reflecting on what it was like to be their ages. Especially when I look at teens transitioning into middle school and high school, my immediate reaction is, “Oh, you poor things.” This is because I am painfully aware of how lonely, lost, and nervous I felt during adolescence. Perhaps you can relate.

I remember that my sophomore year of high school, for example, was one of the roughest times in my history. I had given up dance …

Top 10 Things Nobody Tells You About Working in a Church

July 19th 2013 3 comments so far  

RabbitThere’s a fantastic blog called Stuff Christians Like by Jon Acuff that I thoroughly enjoy. In one of his posts, he whimsically imagines what it’s like to work in a church. Below is an excerpt.

“My assumption is that, other than Sunday, a church job is kind of like having a really long quiet time.  You probably get to read the Bible all day and take long breaks in your prayer closet and spend eight hours a …

On Your Mark, Get Set… Run the Race

June 15th 2012 No comments yet  

 I’ve had the privilege of volunteering with the fifth and sixth graders of Junction 56 this week at VBS 2012: The Race is On. I must be allowed to brag about this ministry for a moment! The depth of the teaching, as well as the receptiveness of the students, has blown me away this week. Pastor Joe and all of the volunteers are so intentional about teaching the kids to take ownership and responsibility for growing in their walk with …

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