Our pastor preached today on hitting “the pause button” on life, taking time out to reflect on who God is and who we are in Him. He based his points off the times in Mary’s life when she would treasure divine moments and “ponder them in her heart.” We’re to stop and reflect on blessings,…
I’m reading a great book by Lauren Winner called Mudhouse Sabbath – it’s excellent stuff, really makes you think about how you live and why – and the chapter I read today was on the Hebrew practice of hachnassat orchim, or hospitality, and how it should/could fit into the Christian life. Basically the gist of the chapter was…
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"Make the most of the best and the least of the worst." —Robert Louis Stevenson via @momentumdash
When Jesus said 2 go & make disciples, I'm not sure subway preaching & weird relationships were quite what He meant. ow.ly/FidY30fBo03
"The wisest mind has something yet to learn." —George Santayana via @momentumdash
"Some people make your laugh a little louder, your smile a little brighter and your life a little better." - Unknown
I love this quote: "Every person is a new door to a different world." —Six Degrees of Separation via @momentumdash
Maybe it doesn’t matter if we’re asking the right questions; maybe the point is simply to start asking questions: ow.ly/Em6I30eSWzC
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