my tummy hurts

this is community--or was a version of it--at our house, around our dining room table. i don't remember when this picture was taken, but thems was good times, those is good peoples.... time sucks because good things go away eventually. i'm looking through photos from the past three years in c-bus and there are so many things i don't want to forget and so many people that i don't want to lose touch with.


Blogger brad said...

Yea! That is an awesome photo! (How did you do that, by the way?)

Dude, I think I took that photo at one of the home group gatherings at your place.

Fond memories indeed! Soak 'em up, man! Let the anxious anticipation of future opportunities by defined by the enduring hope of past blessings!

6/09/2004 4:27 PM  
Blogger Roja said...

It seems like all of our lives are captured on film somewhere, and by somebody. This picture reminds me of great times, and stirs my soul to ask God for more of the same. As encouragement E, community shall form wherever you go. I have just discovered it here in Bedford, and it has taken 6 months. Life continues to change, and I do not know how long this community shall be together. If I am learning anything through all the moves I make, it is to trust God and to open myself up to the possibility of rejection. Only in that place of vulnerability have I ever found a community of substance.

6/10/2004 6:29 AM  
Blogger e said...

good encouraging stuff.

time is like the ocean: we get a great wave and then it's over and we have to look for the next wave. it's hard to remember to look forward to the waves we can't see instead of looking back fondly at the ones already breaking on the beach.

6/10/2004 8:48 AM  
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