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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Sometimes when I am working at home, it's hard for me to make time for blogging because I feel like I have to prove myself as being diligent and trustworthy enough to work at home. The funny thing is that I had no problem with blogging while I was physically at the place downtown...I'd just do it before everyone came in, since I came in so early. This morning I happen to have finished all of my work until my boss gets in (about an hour from now), so I can use this time to catch up.

In short, because I don't want to elaborate on here, the last two days have been overwhelming and intense. Sometimes in a good way and sometimes not in a good way. I kinda feel like I'm still in the midst of it and I certainly would like to come out on the other side.

One of the things that's really, superbly overwhelming to me is that the email mailing lists for Family Promise are not working...and I'm not exactly sure how to fix that. I am thinking of just changing web hosting providers all together--anyone have any good recommendations?

This weekend I preached at a church in the mountains of my presbytery. It's a very small church - maybe the smallest I've ever preached at? - and when I arrived on Sunday I was at first concerned that the sermon I wrote would be too sophisticated for the congregants, based on the Bible study I was hearing when I arrived. I found out, after church was over, that the congregants found the sermon really interesting and I could tell that they were really listening, which was cool. There is this piece of scripture in the New Testament of the Bible that says if you have faith even as small as a mustard seed, you can move mountains. I think I have been discovering lately that a recurring theme in my life is that my faith is quite smaller than a mustard seed, and yet God still works with that and ends up surprising me.

- Jenny, 11/19/2008 08:14:00 AM

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