I read this tweet from @jonacuff the other day and it got me thinking.
A note from me, to me, that I read every time I believe the lie that “I’m too busy to work on my dream.” http://instagr.am/p/P75eb/
It’s inspiring, no doubt. But what if you’re not exactly sure what your dream is any longer?
What if what maybe was your dream is only part of what you want to do?
I feel like God has placed in me an unquenchable desire to in youth ministry and worship (the musical side of congregational worship).
When I decided to return to school I went with Multnomah, working towards a degree in Leadership and MInistry.
There were other things I thought would be cool to go to school for, but I couldn’t shake the calling I feel is on my life.
But I think I’ve lost a little bit of my dream. Or at least it is cloudy. Life is busy. It always will be. My dream is important, but what exactly is my dream?
Right now it may be confusing.Right now it is confusing, but I have to trust that God is going to have me where He wants me to be. I will continue to serve where I am and pray for where He leads me.
I know God has plans for me and I am looking forward to being able to continue to love and serve Him with my life.