Monday, November 16, 2009

Decisions, decisions

Realize that I haven't posted lately - I still like the idea of a blog, but I haven't been able to motivate myself to do it (probably because I have to internet). I need some direction of what I want to post about other than wishy-washy Brett Favre. (see below). Working on it! Have some thoughts down on my laptop but not sure how to organize them.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009


I was going to write a post - but I don't feel like it anymore. :) Fickle.
Have a great day!

Thursday, September 3, 2009


Brett Favre, you're no longer Favrelous. There's a time and a place for a comeback...

...but this is not one of them. Neither was last time. Or the last time.

(for questions regarding this conclusion, visit here).

Great Shots

I run a camp in the summer - and here are some photos from that experience.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009


Sorry for the lack of posts - summer camp happened! I'll update whenever possible. Please pray for changed hearts and lives - and safety - for campers this summer.

Friday, May 22, 2009


Now if only I could actually WATCH the games - thank you so much, DirecTV, for your awesome price hikes, blackouts, and other fabulous services.

Thursday, May 21, 2009


Disclaimer: It's been one of those days where the words just aren't flowing. This post might not be a pretty read, so just imagine it's a blog version of Shakespeare.

In one day, I've heard more about missions in Uganda than I have in the course of my whole life. Today, my friend Mikeheads to Uganda with the pastor at his church, Scott, and a lot of other church leaders with Compassion International. And just yesterday, I talked to my friend Rev. Kim Urbanik, founder and director of the Christian Drama School of New Jersey, and she told me about an amazing mission that one of her former students, Cindy, took to Uganda in Summer 2008. The CDSNJ kids managed to raise ten thousand dollars to help Cindy's mission, which provided education in drama, singing, English, math, and much more - including new property and a new school building. The kids made these awesome tie-dye t-shirts for all 400+ kids at the school in Uganda.
Back in the states, the CDS decided to make their next drama pay homage to the kids in Uganda by incorporating African dance and songs into the show. The show quickly became their most popular, and there are plans to perform it even more in the future. And this summer, 40 staff members at Ligonier Camp will be performing sections of this show for campers and sharing with them how one passionate person can indeed change the world.

So here's what made me think about this post - Kim told me yesterday that a friend of hers is sponsoring a child through Compassion International, and she got a photo in the mail of her child from Uganda - wearing a tie-dyed cross t-shirt from the Christian Drama School. Today, Mike and a group of US pastors are heading to Uganda to love kids through Compassion International. I just started thinking about how two groups of people from two different areas are being used by God to touch the same group of kids. And many groups of kids all across Uganda and the world. How cool is that?