Showing posts from November, 2019

Let Everything that has Breath Praise the Lord

This week’s blog will be a video from worship. It’s nothing extravagant, but it’s a song one of the youth requested we work on played by two of the youth, the youth pastor, and the lead pastor. I hope you enjoy our rendition of “Nobody” by Casting Crowns: Eliza Edge RIM through WME

22 in the Suburbs

This musing was written down while considering the different service opportunities to get the youth involved in during their coming summer holidays. Stay tuned for a post dedicated to the many thoughts I experience from barbecuing and going to the beach on Christmas! Suburbia is great. It’s quiet and peaceful and a respite for those who work in and near cities. The possibilities for community are endless because everywhere you turn is another neighbor.  They’re  wonderful places and necessary inventions. This is my first time really living in one though, and I think it’s safe to say they were not designed someone in their early 20s. In fact, early adulthood is probably the only age demographic that is not highly populated in the suburbs. Of course you have your older adults with every range kid from baby to finishing school, and you have your old retirees that have moved to the suburbs for a life with a small lawn or because they wanted to downsize or be closer to the grandkids. In