Archive for the ‘likes’ Category
Why people think Christians are fake. – Jon Acuff
the journey – Kathy Richards
youversion – Jake Lee
on tripping – Valerie Anderson
that moment today when you get to change the world – Carlos Whittaker
the other side of the wedding – Dee Koko
who cares who you date – Dee Koko
PC Paradise Lost: The Tale of Anna and Steve – Jon Acuff
Is This Sacrilegious Or Hilarious? My Thoughts On Jesus’ Sense Of Humor – Carlos Whittaker
a donkey called whip – Michael-John Phillip
Taboo Topics: Pornography and Masturbation [Intro] – Brett Anderson
sex and the Christian woman – Cassi Clerget
I Want a Crucifixion Type Love Poem by Brent Rice – TquoizBlog
Personal Poster of Passion and Inspiration. – Zel Archer
mark me – Darrell Hoffland
Your Relationship With God Summed Up In 23 Seconds – Carlos Whittaker
the limited opportunity – I wrote this for you
do I wait or do i go – Brett Anderson
love letter to my body – lots of letters from ladies declaring love to – and apologizing for the pain they’ve caused – their bodies…great read.
Forgetting how crazy God is about redemption. – Jon Acuff
The Bourne-Again Identity – Jon Acuff
An open letter to the buried – Billy Coffey
the clarity of light – Kathy Richards
I know this post was supposed to go out last week, I apologize – things were happening and before I knew it time had passed and I had missed the chance to sit and write. It is actually Saturday right now, I meant to go the soup kitchen again, but I’m currently lying at home, sick as a dog.
Anyway, when I went to Langa, there were about 10 of us volunteers. We set up two stations – one near the taxi rank, and another in a park somewhere. The soup at the taxi rank went by rather quickly, as did the sandwiches. Ended up giving out plain bread, for which people were still grateful. The kids also got chips and sweets. And obviously were very keen on having their pics taken.
I found the whole experience very fulfilling. I am a big fan of bringing smiles to other people. And maybe once a week doesn’t seem like much to you and me, but it seemed like it meant a lot to the people on the receiving end.
I would highly recommend, if you’re in Cape Town, to volunteer one Saturday to help those less fortunate than yourself.
Trying not to like Penn Jillette – Kathy Richards
I want destiny, not a desert. – Jon Acuff
Enter in, Theodicy – JakeLee
The power of a single word – Billy Coffey
The easiest way to write a country song. – Jon Acuff
The Things Which Aren’t Love – I wrote this for you
he digs you – Darrel Hoffland
keep walking – Sean Tucker
if you could talk to you 20 years ago… – Carlos Whittaker
the grand distraction – I wrote this for you
the endless punchline – I write this for you
I’m still working throu the backlog of posts from last month…and tomorrow is July…*sigh*
hormones, love letters, and missing Christ – Carlos Whittaker
John 8 ( a modern take) – Darrel Hofland
…and your neighbor as yourself – Brett Anderson
scriptural tattooing – Brett Anderson
taboo topics: adoption – Brett Anderson
Why I hate writing, Part 13: katdish, dream crusher – Kathy Richards
10 More Sentences No One Has Ever Said – Bryan Allain
the truth as it currently stands – I wrote this for you
the clearest lens – I wrote this for you
weekend – xkcd
Black Handed Kites. Official video for Up. – Gabi Goldberg
Been reading this book the last few days called “the fall of lucifer” by Wendy Alec. Took me 4 days to read the first 50 pages…kept stopping every couple of paragraphs to just go “wow wow wow”. The last 240 pages took me two days. The lack of sleep was worth it.
So good. It’s obviously fiction, but it has a lot of scripture thrown in. But if you don’t believe in the bible and Christian teaching, you can also read it as just a story.
Really loved the book. I think sometimes, because we’ve read it so many times, we kinda just gloss over it and don’t take it in. This book reminded me of the majesty, and awesomeness, and wonder, and beauty, and greatness, and holiness, and LOVE of God.
It might not hit you the same way…maybe it hit me that way because of where I am currently in my walk with God, but I would definitely recommend it.
the puddle – Billy Coffey
sometimes, it’s best to ignore Jesus – Matt Appling
I stopped believing in God – Matt Appling
are you white, rich, suburban mom enough? – Matt Appling
a racism by any other name – Brett Anderson
she just sat there – Darrel Hofland
Desmond and the tutus: tattoo – Natalie Roos
the space between oxygen and hydrogen – I wrote this for you