Tag archives for God

  1. The Blessing

    For everyone at The Colorado School of Mines, class starts today. Despite the fact that I’m not in school, I still like to celebrate this day, taking note of its significance. For me, it’s almost like New Years day, being the start of the school year and all. I’ve been thinking recently a lot about…

  2. Quotes of 2009, Part 1

    I’m usually able to amass my entire collection of yearly quotes on my Facebook page in one go; However, this year I have seem to run out of space, so I’m having to clear it out early. Thus, you can enjoy my yearly quotes a bit early ((Enjoy them e…

  3. My Life as a Beach Ball

    Sometimes, I feel as though my life is like a beach ball. I’m walking along the beach, between the crashing waves and the rocks, carrying my beach ball. Most of the time, I hold on the beach ball because I’m afraid of loosing it in the water.

    E…

  4. Lost, Angry, Confused, Helpless, Hopeless

    From www.caringbridge.org: Thursday, October 30 Scans yesterday revealed that the cancer in Ben has aggressively progressed since the end of July. There are four new tumors – three on his brain and one on his liver. We will be starting full brain radiation tomorrow at UW Hospital. They will do this for two weeks –…

  5. Discernment

    I had a post a couple weeks ago regarding callings…the holy kind. I think Jeff Staples’ comment was the most helpful:

    One of my favorite professors here says that discernment is about the intersection of three things. Discover what brings you…

  6. A Calling?

    I never really got what people meant when they said "I was called by God." I figured that if/when I was ever called, it would be abundantly clear.

    I don’t think that’s the case.

    However, I’m confused as to how one discerns between a Godly ca…

  7. Mad at God

    I’m mad at God right now. Last night, Duane told us all that Jeff and Carin were at Children’s Hospital and that it appears that Ben Towne probably has cancer.

    I feel a sickness in the pit of my stomach and the very first thing I thought of was…