A Quick Update

Hi everyone! 

First off, please accept my apologies for the lack of blog updates lately. Life has been a bit busy, and I have also been focusing primarily on my first e-book (more information to come in the future), though I have plenty of ideas to blog about!  Hoping to start updating this blog more regularly again though.

 

I also wanted to say a big thank you to all my readers, for your support and encouragement.

 

Finally, I wanted to announce that I will soon be launching a monthly e-newsletter with specific updates on what I am doing each month at School of the Bible. This content will be different than what is posted on the blog, so keep your eyes peeled, as I will be adding a subscription option for that in the very near future.

 

Have a great day!

It Was More Than Just A Footstep

baby shoes

Note: this is a bit of a flashback post, as it was written a year or so ago, but I think it still rings true.

It’s Christmas, the “most wonderful time of the year.”  My favorite season.  I’ve been doing some unexpected thinking this Christmas though-thoughts that came from an odd combination of hearing Christmas songs, and reading a friend’s facebook postings describing the current development of their unborn baby.  Oftentimes the descriptions I hear about Christ coming to earth, either in song or word, make it sound as if it was just a quick step out of Heaven. A long step, yes.  A drastic, humbling step.  But just a step.  As if one minute He was in heaven, and the next minute He was that little baby in the manger.

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Free Form Friday: The Saga of a Waterlogged Laptop

broken laptop

I had a minor disaster earlier this week.  A friend accidentally knocked a vase full of water onto my laptop.  Sadly, aforementioned laptop could not be resurrected, and I am now on the hunt for a replacement.  (any and all donations will be gladly accepted 😉  Only joking…kind of…  😉 )

I know that sometimes computers can be salvaged after water is spilled on them, so it was an “interesting” time for me, attempting different methods.

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