Tuesday, January 31, 2012


I am back, don't you little ones worry. I have been very busy, back at school fresh semester with new classes, disciplship and life lessons. {Oh the joy of college}  I had the chance to take pictures of my lovely friends Andrew and Heidi. They are so adorable and very strong in their faith. I look up to them in many ways and they are amazing people.

 p.s they are dating and are beeeeautiful...

Jeremiah 2:13 "For My people have committed a double evil: They have abandoned Me, the fountain of living water, and dug cisterns for themselves, cracked cisterns that cannot hold water."

In my discipleship we are starting to be exploreres, on a co-journey with non christians, meaning how to truly evangelize to people. Okay, let's dig deeper, for those of you who don't know what a {cistern} is it is a jug that holds water, God is letting us know that we cannot hold, control or live with a cracked {cistern} We must turn to the living water, trust and live in Him. We have "felt" needs meaning we have a need that is our purpose, identity and relationships. We also have a "real" need, these are what God puts before the "felt" needs. Go on to Luke 5:17-26, God heals the paralyzed man but FIRST, he says, "your sins are forgiven." Could you imagine having all your sins be forgiven AND be healed being able to walk again?! Our Lord and Savior puts the "real" needs before anything else, he is oh so powerful!

So what are some of your felt/real needs?

How can we walk along side others?

How can we get to know others and help them reveal what their true sins are?

Recently we had our first day of prayer through CRU, I was crabby earlier that day and was not looking forward to going before class. I know it was the Holy Spirit but God used me in that time of prayer. I could not stop smiling, I felt as though I could pray for hours on end!

This week, my goals are to focus on building friendships with people around me, not focusing on..{boys} trusting in the Lord, and spiritual breathing.

Thank you Lord for all that you do...