It seemed like a simple enough conversation. Jack scrolled through the early texts again, trying to figure out what had gone wrong. He glanced up at the screen displaying their- his website and dutifully ignored the Skype messages that were flooding in from five different humans.
Another save-for-later post. I’ve actually watched this, but I want to remember to look up if this music’s available for purchase. I adore live orchestras – and what can be better than live orchestra, live choir, and the music from one of your favorite shows? Wish I could figure out how to attend more live
Found these little gifts by accident – apparently Doctor Who comes up with a yearly Advent(ure) Calendar. Clever! This is another attempt of mine to remind myself to watch certain little clips. I can’t vouch for the authenticity of the playlists, but hey – it’s Doctor Who. But first: the clip that caught my attention…
The Trouble with Books by Chrissie Kline She slipped further into her chair under the weight of his haughty gaze. Perfectly manicured hands trembled as they hid twisted together between locked knees. His hot-dogs-for-fingers drummed the aluminum table, making the walls responded in that eerie way empty rooms do. “Well?” His voice brought
As we continue on with our study of God’s attributes, we come upon the topic of God’s Goodness and Love. For some of us, this is a fairly simple topic – but do we truly understand goodness and love in God’s perspective, or do we define both words according to society’s idea of them? Would