As you read this, I'm on my way to Tuscaloosa. My beloved college town that I called home for 5 years. It's been over a year since I have been back and I cannot wait!
I seriously met some of my greatest friends while in college, a couple of them my last year there. Whether I met them at school or during the summer doing missions, they are some of the people that I have kept in contact with regularly. It's now getting to the time where we are all over the place. Some of them are still in Alabama, one is moving to Texas, one has been in Colorado for the past few years, one is traveling the world, 11 countries in 11 months, spreading the Gospel, and a few are married, some with kids.
But, no matter where we are or where we go, these are the people that I turn to when I need advice, encouragement, prayer, or just to talk. They always answer. They are the friends that I want to be intentional with and the ones who have been intentional with me. Weekends like these are limited, that is what makes them important. We don't know where we are going or what paths we are going to take in life. We may not be able to talk with each other all the time or even see each other that often. This is why this weekend is important and much needed.
Enjoy your weekend and make it a memory!
Don't forget to check outthis post on a new series I'm starting next week. Inspired by Paul Angone and his article, 11 Questions Every Twenty Something Needs To Ask.
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