Keep Dancing

So...it's been awhile. I don't know if you've noticed or not, but we've been quiet. Really quiet. As in "crickets chirping in the background" quiet. We simply haven't known what to say. We've been praying that God would be clear in a time when everything is so unclear. This might sound a bit dramatic and you're probably thinking, "Oh my goodness! WHAT in the ever loving world is going on?!?"

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Moana

I have the absolute BLESSING of getting to work as a Youth Ministry Intern at EPIC Youth Orlando, and one of the events that we have every summer is movie nights. But they come with a bit of a twist. After every movie that we watch, the students get into groups of about 5-10 people and go over what they got out of it; we challenge them to look for the deeper meaning and see God.

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A Life-Changing Movie

I recently took a trip that my husband and I had been planning for a while. As usual, no matter how much I plan, I am always running around at the last minute stressing out. I end up doing a thousand errands and staying up all night packing. This time, one of the thousand things I was supposed to get done was write a blog about experiencing God at the movies. It wasn't due until after I got back, so I thought....plenty of time, I can write it on my trip, it's a long vacation. Then I got busy "vacationing" so I moved to Plan B and thought I could write it on the eight hour flight home. I wasn't stressed because I already had a movie in mind and an outline of the blog. No worries! I got on the plane and snuggled in my seat and decided that, technically, "vacation" wasn't over until the wheels hit the ground. So I decided no work yet; I still had time to relax and watch a movie. I decided on a movie called Before I Fall and what a journey that took me on. It was so good that I decided to write about IT instead of my original movie. 

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God in the Morning

For so many years, I was one of those people who got up and hit the ground running. I couldn’t brush my teeth and get out the door fast enough. I would take the kids to school then fill my days with work, exercise and volunteering. Back then, my relationship goals centered around trying to fulfill the needs of my family and friends (and my own!). Life was going by crazy fast and I just remember trying to hang on. There were many days where I just didn’t feel “prepared.” I THOUGHT I was doing awesome because I was checking so many things off my lists, running from one thing to the next. However, my life was high in the quantity of things being done but low in the quality of how they were done. Then I met someone who changed that.  

God. 

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