Last month I had a panic attack. It was a full blown, heart pumping, blood rushing, fists clenching, freak-out. To feel like you have no control over your own mind and body is a scary thing. I would have screamed if there had been enough breath in my lungs. I forgot how excruciating anxiety can be. … Continue reading When Fear Strikes Again
I used to say that I didn't mind admitting when I was wrong—if it ever happened. But that's not true.
At the core of who I am, I am petty and spiteful; impatient and unkind.
So, I'm engaged. You can't tell this virtually, but right now I'm pausing for applause... and to give my grand-childless mother the opportunity to stop her wild, jubilant weeping. I didn't know whether or not I should do an "engagement post," because: a) most of the engagement announcement blogs I've seen are incredibly cheesy, and b) … Continue reading Daniel + Kayla
More than the meeting of the minds, music mediates the meeting of the hearts.
While there are many scriptures that marry worship and song, musical worship is a very small part of living a worshipful life.
In the midst of the chaos, the social-injustice and the tragic, the world often begs the question: "If God is a good God, why do bad things happen to good people?"