Would You Sell Yourself To Buy the One You've Found?

Right now, I'm sitting in Starbucks.

I've been coming to this same one every day this week to work on a questionnaire for a church I'm interviewing with. Even though this has only happened for three days in a row, I've already developed a routine. Here's how it goes: Arrive around 9am. Order my drink. (Grande Soy Toffee Nut Triple Shot Latte) Find a table and sit down. Do my morning devotional.

After that, I get to the questionnaire. But, you know, first thing's first.

Right now, my devotion includes two things: First is a Bible reading plan from youversion.com. After that, I read a devotional guide from my church.

This morning, in that devotional guide, I was reminded of something that God has been speaking to me about for the past few months.


Josh Pease and The God Who Wasn't There

Way, way back in the year of our Lord, 2008, I met Josh Pease.

I think that it was Allison that introduced us. I remember her saying, "I really like him. And you guys are a lot alike. So I really want you to meet him. Mainly because I think you're so alike, you'll either become best friends or archenemies."

I'm only slightly bummed that we didn't become archenemies.

Instead, he's become one of my favorite humans on earth. (I'm not counting the 6 people who are currently in space.)


Another Shift and My Social Media Break

(Blows dust off of blog)

Hello there, old friend. It's been a while...

Since I know that most of my readers have drifted off to much more populated (and active) blogging harbors by now, I'm going to assume that I'm writing this mostly for myself. (Which actually works out pretty well, since I think all of my best writing was done when I was doing just that.) And since I'm writing this for myself, I don't need to feel the burden of being weighted down by the need to explain what's happened since the fifth of March, when I last posted.

That being said, there are two things I want to say.