And she will rule the world..
It is wonderful to feel so secure in Christ that we do not have to be in competition with anyone.Joyce Meyer (via littlelacelight)
5 Lessons from C. S. Lewis’ Grief Observed


“Cancer, and cancer, and cancer. My mother, my father, my wife. I wonder who is next in the queue.” —C.S. Lewis, A Grief Observed

I never wanted to have this in common with C.S. Lewis. I never wanted to major in suffering.

Yet I am here, and she is there. She is resplendent in memorandum… and I cannot write fast enough. And I am left holding a copy of C.S. Lewis’ A Grief Observed. As Lewis observes his particular grief, I too observe my own. C.S. Lewis got it.

I would rather have other things in common with the man. I would have much rather been an “Inkling”—instead we are widowers observing grief.

Grace meets us where we are, but doesn’t leave us where we are (via thedailypozitive)

Hey Chittenango!! 
It’s Monday! You know what that means!! 
#younglife tonight! 7:07 at the Seale’s! @chittenango_yl
Getting my girls to open up


I try to reason with them without being creepy, like

And they’re like


It’s that time of year again!! Yep that’s right y’all there’s club tonight!

Y o u n g L i f e

Starting to pack for work crew! Cannot wait to leave for my assignment in just 2 days. Working in the dining hall is gonna be fun, but also very challenging. But “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Phil 4:13