2017 has been a whirlwind of emotions, experiences, and encounters. I’ve felt defeated, dejected, and desensitized. I’ve been scraping to escape from a spiritual slump. But I’m comforted by the words of the gardener in Luke 6, “Sir, give it one more chance.” Continue reading “God is on the Move”
Last week, on February 24, my little brother insisted on being the first in our family to arrive at the greatest place of all: Heaven. My life has changed drastically and my entire perspective on life has shifted.
On Saturday, July 5th 2014, my cousin got married. She was the first cousin of mine to get hitched, thus having the honorary role of being the turning point of familial change. Aka, my family is getting older.
It was a beautiful wedding. Her sister and I played music for it, and I was honored to have arranged Canon in D as well as have written an original piece of music for Carmen (the now-married cousin) to walk down the aisle to. It was an outdoor wedding and I jokingly said to Carmen, “God must be smiling on your marriage” because the weather was literally perfect.