Tuesday, March 13, 2012


sitting here in the library and thinking, watching people go by (because I am hopelessly distractible when it comes to other humans...well, okay, when it comes to most anything remotely interesting).  The library is quiet in the morning but when afternoon comes, it comes alive--books, computers, people all over.

all ready to go riding this afternoon.  Homework done, helmet and half chaps in the car, keys in my pocket, beautiful warm spring day.  <3 <3 <3. 

listened in to an interesting conversation this morning; it's amazing what comes out over 6:00 breakfasts after a 5:15 start at work.  This campus, it needs Jesus.  I know most of us are Christians but you know, Christians still need Christ.  We need a permeating, all-encompassing, dive-in-deep experience with and passion for this Great I AM who is waiting right here for us to respond.

We need to find HIM.  What if we saw?  What if we knew?  What if our eyes were opened and we viewed the behind-the-scenes spiritual dramas that rage on this very ground?  Perhaps it would be enough just to think about it a little more, to ask our Father to give us more of His strength so we could join in with Him a little more often.  What do you think?


Sara said...


We haven't met yet, but I think I worked with your Dad in landscaping back in the day:) In any case, I wanted to thank you for sharing this.

Although I'm done with college, my sister and mom still go there, and I live in their housing, so I'm still very much aware of just that--that this college needs Jesus-- I've been thinking about that a lot these past two days, and when I read your post I was encouraged. Encouraged because there's students like you who are going to be fuel the change that this campus so desperately needs.

"What if we saw? What if we knew?" Yes, exactly... the battle between good and evil is so, so real...

Briana said...

Wow, small world! :) I'm glad you were encouraged by my e-scribblings. I'm so grateful that God is willing to work in us to change ourselves and what's around us, no matter where we are. God bless you! :)