Reflection 006

So that’s what I’ve been processing over the past 48 days. I’m writing this during a “introvert night” that I’m having. It wasn’t planned, but it’s something that I felt needed to happen.

I don’t always know how the Lord is going to use the words that come to my mind, but I trust that they come to mind for a reason. Occasionally, I put them here for you to process alongside me.

Thank you for journeying alongside me. I confess that I’m a sentimental twenty-something guy, who has a lot of feelings and doesn’t always know how to process them. So, thanks again for following along this creative outlet known as #drewinthecity!

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How to: Process Dating

In The Sound of Music, there's a song called "Maria;" and as I'm sure (or hope!) most of you know, it's the one when the nuns ask, "How do you solve a problem like Maria? How do you catch a cloud and pin it down?"

As a general note about me, songs pop into my head without any real explanation, and then I just go for days singing it. Lately, it's been this song. Again, I don't really know why; but nevertheless, I'm using it as the hook for this post.

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In Review: May

In Review: May

Looking back on this month, I still don't have my bedroom fully set up, and I haven't crossed any books off the list, but there's a wrestling excitement to continue pushing forward in the pursuit to learn, to ask questions, and to humbly serve others. I want to be better because Christ is better. Ultimately, this month has been a lesson in the process of sanctification. I only hope that continues. 

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first thoughts, second glances

first thoughts, second glances

Blogging is a process that's ever evolving. With the recent site makeover, I'm refreshed and ready to showcase wonderful stories and city explorations. I find inspiration from many places and look forward to sharing with you a few things that are on my mind for this month. This new piece is my riffing off a few favorite follows from friends and other life seasons, but I've tailored it to highlight happenings in and around the city life—and you don't have to live here to engage, I promise. 

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