Confession: I am playing catch up for the next several blogs. Eventually, my goal is to have the YouTube channel lined up with the blog postings on Fridays. In order to line up this schedule, the next few posts will continue to focus on the video content. In the last post, I set up a … Continue reading 3 Things Needed to Walk with God
Endurance for What is to Come
The summer I became a Christian, in 2004, life was made new to me through my new hope and understanding of the world through Jesus. I spent that summer on the beach with hundreds of other Christians learning about our walks with God. Everything I had brought to that summer, my life baggage, issues, and … Continue reading Endurance for What is to Come
Confess Your Sin Part 2
“If we say that we have no sin, we are deceiving ourselves and the truth is not in us. 9 If we confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. 10 If we say that we have not sinned, we make Him a … Continue reading Confess Your Sin Part 2
Why I Love Volunteer Missions Teams
In 2004 I discovered Jesus. I discovered that Jesus was everything I had been desiring; I discovered that He met my every need. That truth has not changed, I just have to often remind myself of His sufficiency. That same summer of 2004, I prayed for a team of students who were spreading the gospel … Continue reading Why I Love Volunteer Missions Teams
Confess Your Sin
First world luxury. Some of us have a lot of it, and can’t live without it. Some of us have never seen it. (which would be no one reading this) Some of us think we can live without it until they are rudely awakened by the reality of not having it. That would be me. … Continue reading Confess Your Sin
Acts of Italians
So at this point it might be important to mention where I am. Most likely, the only people reading my blog are people that know me personally. I mean, you could all be sharing my blog with other people you know that do not know me, which would be nice, but if you aren’t that’s … Continue reading Acts of Italians
I really like bikes. I really want a bike. Bikes are everywhere in this town. I almost equally enjoy walking the streets here in Arezzo; in all of Italy really. Walking is good for the body. So is riding bikes. I wish that where I lived in America it was more acceptable to walk around … Continue reading Bicycle Cycles
Castles aren’t America, but fences are.
Today we visited Poppi, Italy. This castle sits at the top of the hill in Poppi.This is one of many reasons that I love Europe. I am a nerd. I love history. I could have stayed in this castle all day, but Charlie made me leave. I also remembered today that I have a subconscious fear … Continue reading Castles aren’t America, but fences are.
Challenged and Convicted Pt. 2
I didn’t tell you that yesterday’s post was Part 1, but this is Part 2. So, that automatically makes yesterday’s post Part 1. Clearly unintended. I was thinking last night and this morning about my blog yesterday. I realized a crucial part was missing. I don’t want everyone walking from my blog thinking that I am … Continue reading Challenged and Convicted Pt. 2
Challenged and Convicted
Today was a holiday in Italy. La Festa della Repubblica (Festival of the Republic). That means no school, everything is closed, and we take a Worthy Adventure. We took a trip to Citta di Castello (City of the Castle). It was pretty neat. The original city is still surrounded by the large stone city walls. … Continue reading Challenged and Convicted
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