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The Gift of Discontentment

We were doing so well. Coffee, treats, sharing the Jesus we knew, enjoying one another’s company. Suddenly, it all went awry. One of our members slipped into complaint. 67 more words

Loving The Stranger


I started on this entry on Wednesday and called it Hump Day (aka Wednesday, don´t think of silly things, please!), at that time I was frustrated with the world and its lack of courtesy, so I felt grateful to be two days away from the weekend, Prosecco glass in my hand. 526 more words



“Comparison is the thief of joy.” -Theodore Roosevelt

Our society thrives on comparison. It’s how they sell magazines, diet plans, work out videos, clothes, hair products etc. 712 more words


It is Well

Some days are harder than others. Some days I wake up aching to be back in Franklin — to be near family, to be near friends who have known me for 10+ years, to shop at Publix or go to my dear Nashville coffee shops (…priorities people). 225 more words

Church Planting

The Insatiable Search for Peace and Rest

Human beings were made for God (Psalm 100:3, Acts 17:26–27), but something has gone deeply wrong. Sin has cut us off from our Creator and left us out-of-sync with each other and ourselves. 1,012 more words

Christian Life

Ding Dang Monday

Monday came around incredibly fast, just like it does every week.  I can’t say I had a bad weekend, beautiful weather, bountiful life…but my mood was less than content. 314 more words

Thought for the Day - Dealing With a Visionary

The struggle in dealing with a visionary is that no matter how well something turns out, the picture they had in their head looked better; and often times they’d rather build a new house than to clean the one they live in now.  22 more words

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