Hey Everyone! Happy Wednesday. Half way through through the week. And this weekend is a long weekend…at least for some I hope!
This week I wanted to highlight a song that has really struck me. From the first time that I heard it, it made me look at myself and my actions and want to do better.
That song is called ‘More Than Anything’ by Natalie Grant.
This past weekend we did a little bit of traveling. We drove out to Albany, NY to see a friend of ours get ordained. We were on the fence about going, only because it is kind of a long drive and we have been on the road a lot lately, but we decided that it was important to go and support our sister in Christ on her big day. Continue Reading
Hey Everyone! Welcome to another Worship Song Wednesday! I really love doing these posts. I listen to a lot of Christian radio and youtube mixes of songs, because I really find that this music lifts me up, especially when I don’t feel like doing anything. Continue Reading
Yesterday was one of those odd spring days. In Maine we have had a pretty warm spring week. Lots of sun, temps in the 70’s, a nice soft breeze. In other words, its been beautiful! Flowers have been blooming, we have planted some seeds in our raised beds, and our strawberry plants are going crazy! Continue Reading
Last week I posted about a concert I attended at the Augusta Civic Center, and I’m going to write about it again this week because it is still on my mind.
The band I Am They opened the night and was really incredible, but the headliner for the night was Casting Crowns. This band has been around for a long time and if you listen to Christian music you have probably heard one or more of their songs. Continue Reading
Happy Wednesday All!
Last Friday I went to a concert in Augusta, Maine at the Civic Center. I had never been to a concert at this venue and it was great. It is a smallish venue, so pretty much any seat you get you have a great view of the stage and the performers. Continue Reading
Last week I overheard a conversation… I wasn’t eavesdropping I swear. I was sitting at the same table, just was part of a different conversation at the time.
Anyway, the conversation was about a councilor who specializes in women with eating disorders. Immediately my ears perked up because I am particularly sensitive to this subject. And the comment made was “That would be my version of hell, listening to women talk about their eating problems all day.” Continue Reading