Luvs2Dance

Luvs2Dance

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587 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Having our ideas stole... · 0 replies · +1 points

As I understand from previous comments, TOMS are about $39 and BOBS $42.

587 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Having our ideas stole... · 0 replies · +1 points

"Sketchers should have just offered to distribute TOMS. " I agree.

587 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Having our ideas stole... · 0 replies · +1 points

I think mine got flagged because I used "PJs" (properly spelled out). Twice :-O

587 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Having our ideas stole... · 0 replies · +1 points

Mwahahahaha!!

587 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Having our ideas stole... · 0 replies · +1 points

Lol!

592 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Sex. · 0 replies · +1 points

That's a throwback to the Victorian era, I think. It would be interesting to see if that catches on.

604 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Vuvuzelas in church. · 0 replies · +1 points

"One horn to rule them all, one horn to blast them, one horn to bring them all and into soccer bind them!"
Hilarious!

604 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Win a free iPad from C... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks, Charlie St. Cloud.

604 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Predicting which summe... · 0 replies · +1 points

Yea!! I'm glad someone else has seen (and liked?) "Diary of a Mad Black Woman"; that's the movie that introduced (and almost got me hooked) on Tyler Perry movies.

605 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Iffy Prayer Requests · 0 replies · +1 points

Tiredofchurch and Me!,

I get where you're coming from. I was in a similar spot recently (have not entirely gotten over that hump, actually). But what is helping me to begin to move past that and start going to church more regularly is the fact that you won't find perfect people in church, or anywhere else for that matter. Like my pastor jokes often, if he hears someone complain that the church is full of hypocrites, his first response is, "At least you'll have company."

Let's face it: we're probably all guilty of doing the same things we expect others in church to not do. We're all just a bunch of people who've messed up (and continue to mess up), with Jesus being our only leg to stand on.

So is it worth it to me to go to church and deal with all that stuff? Yes, because, ultimately, I'm not going for the people. I'm going for God. Besides, they have to deal with my imperfections too, so I figure we're all even :-) And the fact that God still shows up when we worship Him in the midst of all our imperfections is a beautiful, awe-inspiring thing.