Last week a client asked me watch videos of their “Body Life” series of classes, designed to introduce people to the church and its culture, and suggest ways to revamp the material into a shorter, more conversational video project. It was one of the best investments of time I made this month – and not just because I’ll get paid for the work.
Over the course of the five-week class, the teaching pastors and other leaders teach on Jesus’ prayer for unity in John 17 and tie this prayer for “echad” or oneness back to the Trinity and the nature of God himself. They do some of the …
Yak tastes a lot like beef but costs $4 more.
It doesn’t rain much in Colorado, unless the Johnsons are going to a waterpark.
I want to travel everywhere by train.
It’s good that Miles didn’t lose his suitcase, because he simply wrote “Cheesesteak City” as the address on his luggage tag.
Nina doesn’t talk much when the hike starts at 7 am and she stayed up until 1am watching “The Office.”
Abhineeta Matney makes amazing Indian food from scratch (and she’s gracious when you’re 15 minutes late because of the bad traffic in Denver).
There is always, at every moment, bad traffic in Denver.
Elk are kind of cute.
When you get altitude sickness …