My dear computer is currently at the Mac hospital (aka the Apple Store) as it is not feeling very well. As such, my interweb activities will be limited for the time being. Until then… Happy June!!
It is summer. I am a teacher. Therefore this is always a good song for this time of year. However…school’s out for summer are the only lyrics that are realistic. All the rest is a bit over-dramatic for my sensibilities. But that title is true. Happy Summer!
In case you did not know, it is 2013. As such, you have likely been bombarded with “New Year’s Resolutions” from every direction. I have not been able to escape the CRAZY amounts of people deciding to eat better, lose weight, read more, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera! I can relate to this mentality.
This is what my counselor and I talked about one week. Your spiritual bank account…what is true about you as a believer in Jesus (whether you feel it or not.) The passage is Ephesians 1:1-14 (“verses” are in bold – followed by exposition of the truths): “Paul, an apostle of Christ Jesus by the will
This is a song that really applies to my life right now. I pray it touches you as much as it touches me. I initially listened to this song in my first year of college. It was on constant replay, as I needed to remember these truths. It is called God is in Control by
The subject for today is not really a song. Instead, it is a twenty-two second clip that has been music to my ears lately. It sums up my internal response to current events. It is dear little Abigael Evans and can be viewed here. As I am not four years-old, I cannot react this way
I have to gush a little. Bear with me. On August twentieth, I began anew with seven small people. It always fascinates me to begin the school year. The previous years often come back to me…reminding me how far these little ones will come in such a short time. Kindergarten (their first year in “real”
I Am This song has touched me on numerous occasions. It was brought into my life during college at my (more crazy) church. Eddie James was visiting. We all sang. I cried at the sheer power of claiming who God truly is. Ever since then, this song always comes back to me at just the
Today’s song is Breakthrough by Nate Sallie. I first encountered this song at one of my churches up in Fresno. The music video was one of many played before the service started. I think I initially fell in love with the melody and dramatic flair of the song. The powerful vocals. The change of pace.