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Blog fail.com

Despite my best effort to blog over the weekend… It was an epic fail! I promise to update everyone on the second leg of tour soon!

But for now:: I’m alive! On a bus headed for Corpus Christi, Texas.

Howdy!

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Tour Week 1

Where to begin?

Last week was one of the most exciting and exhausting of my life!  We traveled more than 3,000 miles in five days…Starting in Phoenix and ending in Chicago where I sit now, trying to think of how to summarize the past week. 

God is so at work in this tour.  I am so blessed to be surrounded by 89 intentional and authentic Christians.  I cannot explain the feeling of knowing that at any given moment there is prayer covering the work that we are doing.  Both behind the stage and for the cities and hearts of those that will hear us. 

I am learning so much and feel lucky to be part of such an amazing crew. Each day brings new challenges, laugher, and learning experiences.  I can’t wait to update you more along the way. 

I’m spending tomorrow in Chicago with a friend from Huntsville and will be sure to add lots of pictures! 

 

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Whether the weather be hot…

 

I don’t mean to brag…but I can’t help but share my Weather Channel screen shots from today. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P.S. We are two weeks away from our first show! In fact, Phoenix time (6:00pm) it is EXACTLY 2 weeks away from our first show.  I hope Biloxi, MS is ready for us…

 

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10 to go

I’ve always taken comfort in planning, making list, and having a routine.  But the past few weeks have challenged me to grow and redefine my normal…

This has been a big week for change and I finally have time to update and share everything that has happened beginning: with I “announced” on Facebook the “officialness” of me accepting a job with Grand Canyon University.

On Tuesday, I received a phone call that was both exciting and heavy. Exciting because it brought official timelines of travel (I am wanted in Phoenix January 3rd) and heavy because the enormity of a cross country move began to set in.  The adventure became even more real when I received a package in the mail Thursday morning….luggage!!! Real Grand Canyon University official traveling luggage!  But, I must admit, I’m not convinced my life for the next 4 months is going to fit.  I’ll be sure to post pictures of my attempts though…

Wednesday, Spencer called me with a list of things I need to bring with me on tour.  I feel extremely lucky to have a co-coordinator on this tour with me! He has already provided such great insight into tour life and answered more hypothetical questions than I care to admit asking.

I cannot explain in words how ready I am to begin this chapter of my life! I am anxious to see the Lord work in every situation as I’m literally moving to a city where I know no one to begin a job where I will live on a bus for 3 months!  The assurance that I feel about this decision is unlike any other confidence I have ever felt.  The decision and journey to this opportunity have been so bathed in prayer that I have complete peace and joy in allowing God to take control.

In the same breath, there is an enormity to this adventure that reminds me daily that I can’t do this alone.  I have been reminded daily that this opportunity is something that is so much bigger than my dreams and I pray that I am able to glorify Christ through daily interactions with the people I meet and work with.   As I struggle to work through the emotions of change and transition and excitement and adventure please pray for peace that surpasses understanding.

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