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man it is hot

Even if the humidity is less than 10%, 98 degrees is still hot. Especially when you get in your car. It is like you're baking in an oven.

I'm still in the middle of my draft of where we go from here as far as young adults in the UMC goes, and probably won't have time to work on it tonight. I'm headed out for a friends birthday dinner relatively soon and just don't have the time or energy to devote to a vision tonight.

I've been talking about counterculture off and on, my church home in Albuquerque. They've just redesigned their webpage to better reflect where they (we) are now. I'll throw out a link so you can see what I do on Saturday nights. I'm really glad I've stumbled across this "group of screw-ups and Christ followers." They really continue to challenge me and bless me on my journey here. I'm very often coming in from left field, and find myself biting my tongue a lot, but that is teaching me humility. I love that I am feeling less uncomfortable about putting myself out there with them even though we often have differing beliefs and opinions. At the core though, I resonate with the passion that this group of people shares to care for each other. It seems the group is at a crucial point where we need to really get out there and live out the gospel and it is really enjoyable to be a part of a group that is figuring out where its needs are and is working to meet them. It is refreshing for sure.

When we stop and care for each other it does wonders for our souls.
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"There are different names for the same thing."

By Blogger Joanna, at 8:36 PM  

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