how angry are you?



so, school has come like a flood overflowing my schedual and stressing my systems, but yet the peace and joy of God which passes all human knowledge and understanding has been with me.  see those calm watters down there, certaintly that has been today.  my life is like that calm, serne glimpse of nature as I have found shelter in the wings of God.  He is so good, may His name be praised forever. 

my family is doing good.  steve- my step dad for those who don’t know- has come back from working florida and this has brought some normalcy back to the homefront.  for those who pray please pray for a letter i want to send to my dad that is very personal and very painful at the same time.  pray that it would be recieve in the the intention i desired and was move by the Spririt and pray that it would bring healing in our relationship. 

i have been so busy i felt like i have been having very little time for friends but my desire does not match that reality.  all the while i have been having great times at school and work with friends and co-workers.  its so exciting to be back at rennisance and west it makes going to school so much more rich and fufilling from a learning and social perspective.  this is not to say that kimberly is not a good place to learn or that there are no interesting people there its just his is better for me and really don’t have a good way to articulate that or am to apathetic to do that right now.  i love working at the pig, the enviroment is often postive and the people are great. 

God is amazing. 

tomorrow a poetter is coming to chruch to do a potery demonstration which should be pretty interesting.  as for know it is time to listen to the Lord of love. 

to all, peace and God bless,


calm. everyday.
When the outlook is not good, we should not worry. We need a change of perspective to realize that God sees tomorrow more clearly than we see yesterday. The future is completely in his hands! Remember, worry will only tie us in knots. Prayer is the only way to cut short our worrying—to cut those knots of anxiety and care and grant us God’s peace instead (Philippians 4:7–8). Post a Comment…
by Margaret Fishback Powers
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You Are 40% Angry
You’re occasionally angry, but it’s really not an issue.
While you may give in to your temper once and a while, you’re pretty mellow.
And as long as your anger doesn’t effect your relationships, then it’s probably in check.
You know that anger is a bad habit – and you don’t engage in it often.


About minuiperiannath

Name: Spencer Wentland College: North Central University Year: Senior Major:Intercultural Studies My story of meeting Jesus in short: Not many weeks after I was born my parents baptized me into the Christian faith at First English Lutheran Church in my hometown, Appleton, WI. There they renewed their promises to renounce the devil and his ways, the world and evil and raise me the same way teaching me to love and fear the Lord, the Lord's Prayer, the Ten Commandments, the Creeds and when of reading age to put the Holy Bible in my hands and all the while, with the church community, instruct me in the Christian faith. My parents weren't perfect but they did fulfill the vows they made at my baptism. I had my own more personal experience with the Lord around the age of seven when I followed Jesus out of the Gospels to a "quiet, lonely place" in my backyard with the hope to do whatever Jesus did there. Without realizing it or ever being taught how to "receive Jesus into your heart" it happened quite like that even seeing a mental vision of Jesus and knowing I need to welcome him into my heart and let him sit on the throne of my life. I've never been the same since then and the Lord has kept his promise to be with me "always." I confirmed what my parents chose for me in a public confession of faith and the ritual of believer's baptism at a local swimming school where the Assemblies of God church my mom attends used to do their baptisms. I've never regretted a life with Jesus; life has always been richer, deeper and fuller because of it. About Me: Ha that's a funny question, and a popular one today. Well, if you really want to know "all about me" you will have to meet me. For starters I am hard to put in simple categories and often find myself tumbling between labels; i.e. introverted and extroverted, strong and weak, intuitive yet a rationalist, introspective and social, unique and individual yet needing people and empathetic. I belong to and am part of the Way and that is probably the most defining important part of my being. (Acts 24:14) As a God lover in the Way of Jesus Christ I long to see and embrace all things and people in his love for his glory. Creative people and places energize me. I enjoy and appreciate art and artists and like to contribute and collaborate in making my own art at times. I need my own time and spend a lot of time in contemplation- this is where I get recharged and new vision and vitality for life. A con of my personality is my ill attempts to understand everything about everything. At the same time I also get energy from others and love to be sociable. I make matrix like connections in my mind and although my comments often are perceived as random too me they are very connected to something. To me connection and harmony are very important and I believe the truth brings that out. The last few years have been filled with learning, studying and meeting wonderful people. Copenhagen, Escanaba, Nagasaki, and now back to Minneapolis! So excited to learn, grow and finish my last year at university! Call: I feel strongly called by the Lord to work and give myself as missionary of love to the Japanese people. As the Lord leads I hope to take a missionary assignment through ELCA Global Mission teaching English and serving in congregational mission and leadership in Japan. Eventually I would like to serve as an apostolic worker planting boiler rooms (missional/monastic communities) around the Japanese archipelago with a bunch of other Jesus lovers in international, incarnational bands of friends. About this blog: This blog is for my Church Administration and Personal Finance class. I'm looking forward to interesting and practical conversation and learning that will help develop my leadership and organizational skills for however and whatever takes shape out of the Lord's call.

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