Posts Tagged "Crosspoint"


Yesterday was just another day, in a series of REALLY LONG DAYS. It was just a tactical conversation, really. A conversation about needing to consolidate my “stuff” in the garage. The thing that set me off. The final straw that broke the proverbial camel’s back. I rushed into my temporary “home”, a room that is about the size of a closet. I slammed the door, turned off the light, crawled into bed and...

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Spent

Spent


Posted By on May 4, 2010 in The Life I Live | 75 comments

Last Friday I wrote that I had a heavy heart. Today I am just spent. Spent. Literally I’ve got nothing. Nothing. Around noon on Sunday I returned to Nashville to be greeted by a few inches of standing water in my basement apartment. My roommate and I spent the better part of the day futilely sweeping water and salvaging items that might be affected if the water rose dramatically. Monday, thankfully, the waters began to recede...

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Sometimes it is easier to focus on the things I don’t have. But I’ve found that’s no way to live. Instead I want to be someone who constantly feels blessed. Because in all reality I have everything I need, and more. So in honor of the season of Thanksgiving, I have decided to publicly express my gratitude this week on my blog for some of my many blessings. I am thankful for  CrossPoint Community Church . I went...

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Have you ever sat in church and felt like your pastor, priest, or minister is speaking directly to you? Or actually that God is screaming at the top of His lungs at you through your pastor, priest, or minister? And instantly a gut-wrenching conviction bombards your soul. Unfortunately, I know this feeling all too well. Selfishly I so wish I could sit through just one message and think, “I am so on top of this, God. I’ve...

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This Spring in my Crosspoint Community Group, we have been studying a book called Emotionally Healthy Spirituality by Peter Scazzero. Big title, right? It’s a big study too. It is the kind of book that makes you dig deep, ask tough questions, and work through your issues – and let’s face it we all have issues. Last week the focus of the study was on Chapter 7, “Growing into an Emotionally Healthy Adult.”...

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