Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Fifth click is a charm

I had to click Post New Blog a million times to get to this screen. Sheesh.

The Fall Conference was awesome. Very mellow and family-like, which was surprisingly nice. No fancy hoops to jump through or being slain in the spirit (well, just one.) Felt homey. Not like homey G but home-like. I wish we could have church while drinking coffee at tables together like that. Maybe corporate prayer? I quite enjoyed Tom Bedford. It was the first time I really connected to his message and took two pages of notes. I couldn't put my pen down or absorb enough of what he was saying. Overall, a great, God-centered, family-buidling time was had.

I APPRECIATE YOU. Yes, you, the reader. Whoever you are, I love you. I love being connected to you and sharing this earth and breathing this fresh, crisp air with you. I am so thankful for every day I wake and every person I encounter. Wasting time complaining, which I too often do, is just that...a WASTE. Let's appreciate the little things, the big things, the people we connect to and even those we do not. It's what God would want and what Jesus would do.

Life is good. I'm glad I have such a wonderful family.


Micah & Sarah said...

I have been feeling the exact same way lately. It's so good to go through the same things as people back home even though I'm not there - makes me feel more connected. ~Sarah

Kerri said...

Dave Richard's talked about you two briefly during the conference. We're a family we're connected.

Patti said...

just to make sure i wasn't seeing things...did you through out a little what Jesus would do there at the end?

i thought so.

Abigail Kreighbaum said...

I love you