I have to admit…I'm an adrenaline junkie. 

I've been skydiving.
Scuba diving.
Rock Climbing.
Mt. Biking.
Skiing, snowboarding, and winter camping.

I even worked the ambulance in college mostly to just feel the adrenaline pumping through my body. 

I love it. 

But you know the most exciting part of life? 

Watching and waiting for God to move. 

I love being a part of His plan. 
I love walking with Him to the mountaintops.
And I even find comfort in the valleys.

As God continues to orchestrate His plan out here at KIVU for the rest of the summer, and then on into the winter; I'm holding on to watch His will be done.  In fact, I was just talking with a friend of mine last week.  The question on the table, "How much does faith play in our health, our wellness, and our outlook on the future." 


It's the core that forms a foundation of everything we are. 
It's the fuel that keeps us waking up in the morning.
It's the glue that seals all things together. 

I gotta tell you, it's almost like stepping off the cliff, and just holding on. 

It's scary at first.
Exciting through the ride.
And when it's time to end it….to look back and see where God takes us….there's nothing like it.

It's kind of like the story in Matthew 14 when Peter steps out of the boat.  WHAT A RIDE!!  Walking on water through the wind and the waves.  Walking to Jesus.  As long as his eyes are on the giver of life, the winds and the waves seem to abate.  But as soon as he looks down, fear, failure, trembling un-knowingness.  

May we be a people who hang on.
May we keep our eyes on the creator of the Universe.
May we enjoy the ride while we hold on.

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