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11.05.2005

Saturday Nights

It's been a nice day, but a long one, too. Soccer this morning, watching USC become bowl-eligible for the afternoon, going to see Chicken Little for a nice family evening out, and now watching a little more football before heading to bed to read before sleep.


"For the kingdom of God is not a matter of eating and drinking, but of righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Spirit, because anyone who serves Christ in this way is pleasing to God and approved by men. Let us therefore make every effort to do what leads to peace and to mutual edification." - Romans 14:17-19


Chicken Little was better than I thought it would be. Reviews have been mixed, but I think it's because most adults don't know how to laugh at kid-oriented storylines. Something happens to some as they get older, losing the ability to remember that cartoons used to actually be funny. There's a nice plot device of parents not understanding and not believing the outlandish dreams and ideas of their kids - I think some of the reviewers need to listen up and pay attention. Our kids will one day choose our retirement communities - play it right now while you can.


I'm looking forward to tomorrow, to the end of our church's 40 Days of Community. Some groups still have to finish the videos because of scheduling conflicts, but by and large it's been an adventure in growing together, getting to know one another. I'm still a bit overwhelmed about the "what next" part of directing the small groups now, but we're part of a group that wants to grab onto this vision and move forward. It's encouraging, and I pray I'm up to the challenge.


G'night.

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