A Whole Bunch of Randomness

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Today is one of those days where I have a thousand different thoughts circling around in my head and so instead of fleshing one out to make a tidy little post, or not blogging at all (which is the more likely alternative), you are going to get a whole bunch of randomness.

Last night I got to help out with Cross Point’s new internet campus. I am such a huge fan of my church and so I am stoked that they have created a way for me to share the experience with friends and family who aren’t in Nashville. Be sure tune in with us next Sunday night at 6 PM CST at http://www.crosspoint.tv/live.

I am so very sad to be missing Catalyst Dallas. As I said here, Catalyst and Dallas are two of my favorite things so I am pretty sure that together they will be pretty freakin’ incredible. If you go (there are still tickets available here if you haven’t purchased yours yet), be sure to take good notes so you can tell me all about it. And will someone please keep an eye on Bianca for me? I have this fear that she is gonna go all cowgirl on us and we won’t be able to get her back to her to the “gnarly” Southern California girl I know and love.

Instead of heading to the Lone Star State, I am heading to Louisville, Kentucky to participate in the Christian Alliance for Orphans Summit at Southeast Christian Church. I am really excited to see some friends, learn more about how we can get better serve orphans, and blog about the experience. It’s gonna be awesome. And this is my first trip to Louisville. Any tips on things to do, or more importantly, places to eat?

Last but not least, today Shaun Groves posted a sweet introduction to all the Compassion Bloggers that are heading to the Philippines. Go meet them and join me in praying for their trip. The month or so before they head out can be scary (I know that I was a big ol’ mess before my trip) so pray that they will find peace as God begins to open their hearts and prepare them for this journey.

Now it’s your turn. What’s circling in your head today?

 

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Lindsey has a sincere love for her precious dog Molly, a good red wine and the Delta Sky Club. She spends her days (and some nights) laboring to end childhood hunger at Feed the Children and to gather, equip and unleash women at IF:Gathering.

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  • http://thisismethinking.com/ Darrell Vesterfelt

    Lot of thoughts in my head today too (good thing I had an already scheduled post or I would not have posted either).

    I am in Macedonia right do on a ministry trip with a group of my friends. It has been an incredible time so far but my mind is totally full of thoughts.

    1. I spent time in Shutka which is a gypsy settlement. It is one of the biggest in all of Europe. This is a picture of my friend stuart hanging out with some of the kids at a church where we were doing ministry.

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    My heart is totally broken over the racism and oppression that is over this entire community of people. It is killing me.

    2. I was reading the same post from Shaun Groves and he made a comment to me about the lack of male interest in his compassion trips. It totally struck another nerve in my heart. I really am longing to see a generation of men redeemed. Men need to start being men again, especially in the sphere of ministry. This could turn into a blog post by itself.

    3. Going to England in a few days. I was honestly thinking about Fish and Chips.

    Thats all.

    • http://lindseynobles.com Lindsey Nobles

      Love the picture. The kids all looks so joyful.

      And now you have us all thinking about Fish & Chips. :)

  • Tay

    I just want to say that I am a newbie to this blog, and I love what you do here! Thanks for being an awesome person in my life.

    • http://lindseynobles.com Lindsey Nobles

      Thanks for the encouragement Tay!

  • Anonymous

    Lindsey…I grew up in Louisville, and love the town more now than when I lived there. You simply must check out the Homemade Ice Cream and Pie Kitchen (
    http://www.piekitchen.com/index.html
    ). One of the best dessert places in the South, IMHO. There’s one just a mile or so from Southeast CC, but the original on Bardstown is worth the 15 minute drive. Either way, it’s a can’t-miss destination! (My wife hates that we can’t be there this weekend to hear Sara Groves.)

    • http://lindseynobles.com Lindsey Nobles

      @chroak Did you say homemade ice cream? Yum.

  • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com @kylereed

    The internet campus is definitely circling around my head as well as all the other stuff that is happening at Church. Love that place. (and you did a killer job. thanks for the help)

    Going to Louisville as well, but next week. I am speaking to a bunch of high school seniors about going off to college and Seth Godin and probably a bit of some God stuff. Also get to visit a friend that works at Southeast. Looking forward to that.

    And just moved into a new apartment. So far the biggest thing I have learned is that having a nice knife to cut pineapple is very important and bamboo floors are not as cool as hardwood floors.

  • http://twitter.com/BiancaJuarez Bianca Juarez

    Bwahahahahahahahahaha! Hand to heaven, I won’t make a fool of myself. Buuuuuut I MAY bust out my cowboy boots!

    I miss you already. As in, I feel achy in my chest. Wish you were there!

  • http://jeremysconfessions.com Jeremy Statton

    Live in Louisville now, but going to Dallas this week for Catalyst. Homemade Pie Kitchen is good. Anything on Frankfurt Ave is good. There is a mexican place called El Mundo. The must go to place for breakfast is called Lynn’s Paradise Cafe. Heine Bros. Coffee is also a local favorite.

  • http://jeremysconfessions.com Jeremy Statton

    Live in Louisville now, but going to Dallas this week for Catalyst. Homemade Pie Kitchen is good. Anything on Frankfurt Ave is good. There is a mexican place called El Mundo. The must go to place for breakfast is called Lynn’s Paradise Cafe. Heine Bros. Coffee is also a local favorite.