2018: Page 58

Some thoughts, lessons, and/or reflections from the day:

  • It was a long day, so I’m not sure if I’ll have very many “thoughts, lessons, and/or reflections” but I guess I’ll start writing and see what comes out. 🙂
  • My day began with the usual early morning prayer, cleaning and building prep before loading the truck and heading out for a 4+ hour drive to a camp conference.
  • This morning’s work song was the classic “Open the Eyes of My Heart”.  
  • There are times when so much is going on in my mind that I know something has to give . . . usually it’s my sanity. 🙂
  • As I drove out of town, the sunrise caught my eye to such an extent that I had to stop along the road and take a few photos.
  • I made it to the conference by noon and got the prayer ministry display set up in time to get some lunch before and afternoon of conversations with camp leaders.
  • This afternoon was the only time displays were set up during the conference, so by late afternoon it was time to pack the display and begin the journey back home.
  • These conversations about prayer ministry are exciting, but they also serve as a reminder of the balancing and juggling act I often find myself in.
  • It is fun to find people who currently operate their camp ministry out of a foundation of prayer and people who want to get their ministry to that place.
  • On the way home the sky was lit up beautifully early, but well before what should have been sunset time the sun dropped out of sight behind a heavy layer of clouds.
  • I should have stopped and taken some photos of the sunset early but I thought I had more time and the sky would light up even with the sun behind the clouds — it didn’t.
  • Life is like that.  If we don’t make the most of the opportunities that we ought to while we can, we often miss them.
  • Today’s photo is one I took this morning of the sun rising behind a farmstead.


2 thoughts on “2018: Page 58

    • Thanks! I don’t think we’re out of winter yet, but it has definitely loosened its grip so that spring can show itself from time to time. 🙂

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