I’ve found that it is in these types of moments that I hunger more for Christ and His presence, when the opportunities are limited. And then I think to myself, why did I take being with Him for granted so many times? Not particularly in a guilt-ridden way, but moreso a humbling realization of why didn’t I take advantage of this incredible gift, this medicine of immortality, when I could have?
There is something about a newness, a clean slate. I find such relief in the concept of new, whether that pertains to a new year, a new month, week, day, a new perspective, a new idea. What a joy it is to be aware of the newness and experience a breath of fresh air, new…… Continue reading Ever Ancient, Ever New
…with the greatest Love I have ever known. With all the lists filled with tasks that have yet to be completed, and the noises of the world or my own racing mind that can’t seem to be quieted, I come here and kneel at His feet. I have full confidence in knowing that I can…… Continue reading Day 14: Thursday Afternoon Dates
While living in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia last year, I made a goal to discover some of their local and hidden gems. Two top kinds of places on my list included coffee shops and bookstores. No chain coffee shops or bookstore franchises; I wanted to go to someplace different, someplace unique. On one…… Continue reading You are invited…
Just two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to get away to the mountains once again for a few days. Not with my community as I did weeks prior, but with fellow youth ministers of the Arlington Diocese that I am so blessed to be working alongside in the vineyard. On retreat, we were privileged…… Continue reading Make Your Home in Me