I will very openly admit to being a creature of habit. I am so much more content when I have a schedule that I can stick to and rely on. As a testament to this, I am a regular at the Pit circa 8:00 AM every morning. I walk in to grab a bagle, cream cheese, banana, and head out the door to Starbucks. Sounds pretty monotonous and boring except that there is one step in that cycle that starts my day...
You know what they say about the best laid...
Actually, I didn’t know so I googled it: “The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” How accurate. I had grand plans of studying tonight. I had my to-do list written down on an index card (when it leaves my planner, that is a sure sign that I’m beginning to feel overwhelmed) and I decided not to step foot in the Red Room for studying purposes. Just a little too...
This morning another YoungLife leader ended a text message with “Happy Sabbath”. I was a little caught off guard because I call today everything except Sabbath. It is Sunday, homework day, getting-ready-for-the-week day, catch-up day, literally everything except the Sabbath day. It kind of made me stop and think about what Sabbath really means. According to Google/Wikipedia (which,...
what a way to start the day
“Let the songs I sing bring joy to You. Let the words I say confess my love. Let the notes I choose be Your favorite tune. Father, let my heart be after You”