Changing Lives

It's amazing what a week can do to you, it's amazing what 3 hours can do to you. I went to Williamsburg, Kentucky this past week and came back a different person. We went for MFuge/Mission Fuge. It was with the church youth group I attend. We were going to help out and witness to the people that live there.
When I went there I thought everything in my life was as close to perfect as it could get. I thought I would just go there and worship God and be happy. Nope, not at all.
I went there and was convicted. I was torn apart. I was guilty. I was positive I was doing my best to witness to others, I was positive I was knowing where my life was going but after the Worship Services I wasn't anymore.
The last worship service, the pastor said stand up and say the peoples names that you want to witness to, out loud. I knew I had to, I knew God wanted me to, I knew I had to be obedient. I stood up in front of all 500 people and said my friends names.
In an odd sense it felt amazing to be convicted and amazing to be guilty; I had the guts to say those names, I can't wait to change lives.

When I worship God I feel like I don't need anything else, I feel like I'm whole, I feel love, I am loved and whole. God sent His only son because I sinned; He gave His one love up to be murdered on a cross but yet He still loves me. How can I not worship that?
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Here are some pictures I took, I didn't take many.


i guess it's been a while

So much to say for such a long time's absence!

Let's start with me recommending the MacBook Pro. I just bought one and I'm very satisfied with it! Nothing wrong so far :p I got the 13", if you are planning on doing photo-editing you should get a bigger size (15" or 17"). Excellent computer!

Happy 4th of July everyone! I went to church this morning; they had a huge flag up and the whole shabang, it was awesome. It was packed with worship and great music.
The pastor said something that popped out to me. The pastor just got back from Israel on a mission trip; he was saying how he sat in Israel and wept because he was were everything had happened, where Jesus died on the cross, where Noah traveled on the arc he created with his bare hands, etc. But he noticed that you don't have to be in Israel to be where God is and where everything happened; you don't have to travel to Israel to minister to others, you can stay at home and be just as important. Let that be encouragement for you, it encouraged me!

Here's my photos: