Freestyling: number whatever

Hello reader (that’s you). I haven’t done a freestyle blog in some time. Freestyling was something–I’m going to confess right–that I kinda stole from Alex Trahan. For me it’s where I just type anything that comes to mind. I’m not sure how many other bloggers do this. If you don’t I would strongly suggest you try it. It’s a great way to relieve stress.

Anyway, I got a few minutes away from Math so I’m freestyling! I’m also listening to Kutless’ new album “It Is Well”. It’s really good. Today I had a revelation… I wondered if my prom date would be mad if I stood her up for a cardboard cut-out. Haha I thought it would be funny. I’m not going to do it ofcourse.

Last Saturday my youth group went to the Casting Crowns concert. Oh man it was good! I haven’t worshiped like that in a long time! I’ll admit, the first half I didn’t worship and had no intention of worshiping (I know that sounds bad). Haha Actually I just texted a couple friends who happened to be there. They were on the opposite side of the building so we developed a system of flashing our cell phones to send message each other. Ex 4 flashes means “Let’s rush the stage.”. Haha It probably sounds lame, but I had fun. I went into that building thinking “I’m going to have fun at a concert”, but God had made other plans for me after intermission. I put the phone away and worshiped. It was much needed! Like I said, I had not worshiped like that in sooo long. It just really got me on fire for God. So, I’m hoping to put out some Christian post over the next few weeks! Sooo Get Excited!!

Oh big news!!! I have finally have over 100 followers on Twitter! Which is legit to me. I’m @evan164, if you’re on twitter.

Anyway I have to go back to math. Remember, if you ever get a chance to see Casting Crowns, I would say DEFINITELY take it! And if you get a chance to follow me on twitter DEFINITELY take!

Well thanks for reading! I hope it was enjoyable

-Evan

Ps sorry I didn’t touch on Glen Beck’s increasing insanity, I’ll try to get the scoop on that. I heard from Matthew Turner that he had quite a rant today

Freestyling: Numero Uno for WordPress

Blogger was very easy, but didn’t have all the features of wordpress. 

Word press is much more difficult to figure out.  As you can tell I’m getting frustrated.  I’m going to try and just copy and paste my post from my other blog, that will be much easier than trying to import to this one on my slow Internet.

Anyway!  So, I have D-Now at my church this weekend.  It’s this awesome thing where we sing songs of praise, go do mission projects, and sometimes messy games (personally I hate messy games).  It’s very spiritually uplifting.  I always love it, but unfortunately this year I won’t be able to go to the host homes because I’ve been sick.  I’m a little upset. 

It bothers me, there are people skipping this year because they don’t like the band.  My initial reaction were these two;  1: they don’t trust God enough to even see if the band will be good.  2: they are more worried about themselves and what they want then God’s will.  I’ve come to realize–in the seven hours since I originally posted it–that this was rather harsh, opinionated.  This is my opinion, and now that I have had time to think I don’t know if this is right.  I really want your feed back though, I want to know what you think.

 (to continue with the blog)  Then those two ideas I mentioned lead me to these questions: “Why do you come to Church in the first place?”  Is it to see friends?  Or see your Girlfriend or Boyfriend, perhaps?  Or because we are “supposed” to?  Or because your parents make you?  Well, if you go just because you’re “supposed” to than your heart isn’t in the right place.  If you go just because your parents make then I would say go a head try to get something out of it.  You have to be there anyway.

Anyway, who are we to decide whether the band is good or not.  If it’s bad, God can make it good.  We just have to put our hearts in the right place and prepare them for worship.

I’ll save the rest of my ideas for later.

Thanks for reading.

-Evan