Archive for October, 2008

Red Shoes

I got some red shoes yesterday… I wore them today. Did you know it is impossible to have a bad day when you wear red shoes. Well, it’s true. I had the best day today… of course it might have to do with the fact that it is my birthday tomorrow…


Mild dose

At our staff event last week, one of the greatest things that Bill Hybels said was that {as he looks at the current state of our society he is convinced that people are fed up with a mild dose of God.} People today are either looking for something they can give their lives to, with full force and reckless abandon, or they don’t want it at all…


I love this, because for so long I feel like we’ve tried to make Christianity look cool so that people would buy into it, while all we were really doing was watering down the gospel of Jesus Christ.

I’m so ready to share the whole gospel, the life-changing, soul shattering good news, that takes a complete life surrender. Not this lackadaisical when-I-have-time-for-him-I’ll-read-my-Bible kind of faith. It’s time for the full dose!

What do you guys think? Have we been sharing a mild dose of God? Do you find yourself taking a mild dose of God yourself?

Dot dot dot

Today has been good.


  • I’m back on track eating healthy, making a bet with myself that I can only eat fruits and vegatables for the next four days…
  • I spent all day at the Central Campus of shooting a video for our 5th and 6th grade ministry FUSE. I enjoyed it, but I’m glad its done!
  • Cody may be taking a new job as a mud engineer with an oil company called Anchor Drilling. If he does he will go to a five week training school in TEXAS… five weeks??? Pray for me…
  • Feeling the pressures of ministry life and choosing to trust God, (even though I want to question if He really knows what He’s doing…I know He does…)

I’m tired…

How are you? What’s going on in your life?

What an Event

Tonight kicks off’s yearly staff

Everyone on staff from all the different campuses come together for an amazing three days of speakers, workshops, worship, food and fellowship with fellow staff members. It’s an amazing time of refreshment and vision. It always reminds me why I do what I do.

We’ll hear from Bill Hybles tonight, Stephen Furtick and Craig Groeschel. I will post highlights throughout the event. Stay tuned for some amazing thoughts!

What refreshes you to keep doing what your doing?

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