Faith Is The Contractor
Hope is a desire. Faith is a demonstration. Hope wants it to happen. Faith causes it to happen and acts as if it’s already done. Faith is not content to want it really, really bad. Faith consults the drawings and gets busy building. Hope is the blueprint. Faith is the contractor. -Steven Furtick, Sun Stand Still
The problem today is that [people] treat the church as an organization, not an...– Robert A. Richards
1 teen killed, 1 injured after hitting deer in... →
This is sad. Justin was one of my brothers’ best friends and a good kid. I didn’t know him well, but I’ve been torn up about this all day. I go from fine to tears in like two seconds, ha… Man. Life is so short sometimes… You never know when your time is coming. I guess it’s more the shock of it than anything… I feel for the family and friends he has left...
30 Days and Counting
Today marks my 30-day streak on 750 Words. I’m pretty excited. I’ve never written consecutively for this long— even if sometimes it’s just to rant about whatever’s going on in my life at the moment. On to the next landmark: 100! (yikes!)
I've heard stories about vikings...
httyd-fanarts: By: Luckywolf SO CUTE. I WANT ONE.
HA HA HA. This is so me. (Also, does anyone else remember this show, or am I crazy?)
Exit, Stage Left
So, I come home to find my mother watching How to Train Your Dragon...
Me: Ooh, I love this movie!
Mom: Why, because he [Hiccup] is different from all the others and you are, too?
Me: ...'Cause there are dragons. And it's funny.
When I am down and, oh my soul, so weary; When troubles come and my heart...– You Raise Me Up, Rolf Løvland and Brendan Graham
Disney, Meet Worldview
“I think he likes me.” “Likes you? Please, Rapunzel, that’s demented. This is why you never should have left! Dear, this whole romance that you’ve invented just proves you’re too naive to be here. Why would he like you? Come on now, really! Look at you! You think that he’s impressed? Don’t be a dummy! Come with Mummy. Mother (knows...
*trumpet fanfare* Charge!
I am thoroughly inspired to write my own novel now. Thanks, Rachel Aaron. D: I’m a terrible planner and that’s always the hardest part for me, but I feel like I just need to work through it, now. Where’d my notebook go? I’ll get my hands on it soon, and then… time to break out the spreadsheets. Again. I miss those little guys. (I ♥ charts and lists.) Selah and...