OK, so it is no secret that one of my favorite people in the world is Aaron Conrad. We have been friends for a few years and although distance in miles separates us, our hearts are kindred. He posted on his blog about Compassion International, an organization that is doing an incredible job of healing… Continue reading Guest Post by VIP @aaronconrad about Compassion Int’l
I came across the High Calling website and found it to be very informational as well as inspirational (a word that you don’t find me using very often). I soon learned that they have a blogger newsletter that they send out weekly to approximately 20,000 subscribers. Each week, they promote the newsletter on Facebook with a shareable poster style image that contains a nugget of encouragement. This encouragement is a good way to gain focus. So often, we spend time giving and never take time to receive what God would like us to hear. Either way, I highly recommend checking out www.thehighcalling.org and perusing their weekly newsletter database. Enter as you are, leave changed.
This is what an Easter tradition looks like at Watershed. If you are in the Charlotte area this Sunday, come on out at 10:30 a.m. COMMUNION TABLE PALM SUNDAY @ WATERSHED Although we celebrate communion throughout the year, one of our traditions (although we’re only a 5 year old church) is commemorating Palm Sunday… Continue reading Communion @ Watershed
The above picture is part of the portfolio of one of my dearest friends, Steve Cook, check out his website(click on the picture) and see what this incredible humanitarian is up to. The are many things in my day that happen but the number one thing is movement. From shifting my weight and getting out of… Continue reading Movement
For the past few weeks, I have been watching the news, listening to the radio, reading the papers and scouring the interwebs and guess what? Everyone seems to have forgotten about the tragedy in Haiti. Isn’t that just like us? We are shocked and moved in the first few moments of every tragedy, then the… Continue reading It’s Not Over