Inspiration

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I recently meandered onto a couple of blogs which have grabbed my full attention. Far Beyond The Stars | The Art of Being Minimalist, by Everett Bogue which led me to… Becoming Minimalist, by Joshua Becker Wow. It feels like home.

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Sometimes when I finally “get it” it hurts. My heart hurts from the joy, sadness, relief, wonder. I am in disbelief that God just talked to me. Little ol’ me. He just put things into place in front of me in a way that clicked. The best kind of learning. The joy of dots being

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I read Dave Ferguson’s blog entry last night on hearing from God everyday. I watched portions of a video on the DARPA Grand Challenge, a competition to create driverless cars.  In the video they explained how the software had to be written to handle the plethora of course corrections needed to keep the vehicles on

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Ok, so that’s not quite the analogy I am looking for, but was the closest I could come to describing what I’m going through today. I’ve been looking for the big gold nuggets in among all the little ones. After two intense days at the Leadership Summit, I am now sorting through thoughts and ideas,

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I just spent an amazing day (1 of 2) at Community Christian Church, with my coworkers, attending a satellite session of Willow Creek’s Leadership Summit 2008. To say my brain is full would be a huge understatement. Pastor Dave posted a summary of the speakers today on his blog, >>Velocity. What does it mean to

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From ‘The Ongoing Adventures of ASBO Jesus’

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I found this book in my boss’s office a couple of years ago and asked if I could read it. It isn’t very long, and can be difficult to read (Brother Lawrence was a seventeenth-century French Monk), but it is well worth it. I lost track of the borrowed (and returned) book, but finally re-found

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I have had a change of heart. And mind. And I’m really excited to see where God is leading me on this: I am abstaining from food. I am quitting food cold turkey. Ok, so not REALLY….but yet I am. I have, on multiple occasions, complained to my husband how much easier it was to

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Today, it’s going to be about Remaining in Christ. My quiet time this morning was me asking God a bunch of “How?” questions. How do I do what he wants me to do? I am most comfortable when I have things under control. If I let go of control, chaos ensues. Or at least it