Neon Steeple cover
As I mentioned in a previous post, I’m the music editor for a blog called Circles of Faith. Every month I review an album from the Christian music industry. I love getting the chance to listen to new music before it’s released to the public, and sharing it with our readers.
Today’s review is on Crowder’s first solo album, entitled Neon Steeple, and I equate listening to it to eating a home-cooked Southern meal. Head on over to Circles of Faith and enter to win a copy for yourself!
Even though it feels like summer most of the year in my small corner of the world, tomorrow marks the official start of summer. I have only the fondest memories of summer as a kid, when my mom would throw us a “School’s Out” Party, endless water fights in the backyard with my siblings, getting water-logged from all of the swimming we did, and of course, spending all day playing at the beach.
By the end of August, our hair had turned lighter and our skin would be golden brown, all thanks to the hours we spent in the sun.
Our family always looks forward to our annual summer vacation to Wildwood, NJ, with its miles of beaches and boardwalk, the roller coasters and water parks that nearly touch the Atlantic, and of course, the food! It’s a tradition that we’ve had for as long as I can remember, and that I’m most looking forward to this summer.
What are some things you’re looking forward to this summer?
Read about what my friends over at Circles of Faith are looking forward to, as well!
Back in August I went on a missions trip overseas to the Bahamas. It was a short trip (both in length measured in miles and length measured in days), but it expanded my perspective in massive ways. I wrote an article about it for my friends at Circles of Faith.
“Ladies and gentlemen, the captain has just alerted us that we’ve reached our cruising altitude. You’re now free to move about the cabin,” the flight attendant chirped over the loudspeaker in our tiny airplane heading from Ft. Lauderdale, FL, to Nassau, Bahamas.
What seemed like less than five minutes later, I heard her voice again announcing that we had begun our initial descent and anyone moving about the cabin had to return to their seats with seat belts securely fastened. Our flight time that August morning lasted a total of 26 minutes.
I had expected a quick flight. I hadn’t expected that through this trip God would teach me vast lessons about His character and my heart.
Read more about it at Circles of Faith!