This is what I’ve come to believe about change: it’s good, in the way that childbirth is good, and heartbreak is good, and failure is good. By that I mean that it’s incredibly painful, exponentially more so if you fight it, and also that it has the potential to open you up, to open life up, to deliver you right into the palm of God’s hand, which is where you wanted to be all long, except that you were too busy pushing and pulling your life into exactly what you thought it should be. ‘I’ve learned the hard way that change is one of God’s greatest gifts, and most useful tools. Change can push us, pull us, rebuke and remake us. It can show us who we’ve become, in the worst ways, and also in the best ways. I’ve learned that it’s not something to run away from, as though we could, and that in many cases, change is a function of God’s graciousness, not life’s cruelty.
— Shauna Niequist

beautiful cover. 

Bethel Live – Closer (feat. Steffany Frizzell) (6,347 plays)

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"The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it."

—-Henry David Thoreau 

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 i love a good playlist, and this is a great one 

Have You Heard? The Ultimate Road Trip Playlist

Once you hit the open road, not much matters. Yesterday’s meeting feels miles away, next week’s agenda fades to nothing more than a mirage. Where you’re going isn’t even important—it’s more about getting there, about finding your way. But the one thing you can’t overlook in a free-spirited haze of road trip bliss? The playlist. That, adventurous friends, is a non-negotiable essential that must be meticulously engineered to combat everything from gridlocked traffic to cranky engines to hungry passengers. Whether you’re setting out on a cross-country journey or a weekend getaway, we’ve curated the perfect playlist, complete with everything from dance-in-your-seat ditties to dreamy ballads. Bon voyage!


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