Life a Weblog for Young Adults
I wondered what it would be like to live on the streets, stripped of everything that made up my life at that point: school, friends, car, cell phone, job, laptop, clothes, comfort. What would happen? Could I really trust God to protect and watch over me? I soon found out.
Have you ever wondered why people get so frustrated with repetitive contemporary worship? I once heard them called “7-11” songs because you sing the same line 11 times in the same song. At one time, I thought, “Maybe they’re right…” And then I read Psalm 150.
With a flair for the dramatic and emotional, former soldiers recall their battle stories. The feel of an enemy gun. The discomfort of the dark where they hid, waiting. Waiting for you. You’re not just a soldier. It’s not even simply about being a hero. It’s about being a savior.
We all have an inherent need to connect with others. Humans are created to be relational beings. It can be difficult, however, to find ways to connect with others in meaningful ways. If we are not intentional it simply won’t happen. Here are a few tips on making connections.