Rebekah from "Heritage of Grace" blog invited me to join in her "interview a blogger challenge." For the challenge I answer some questions about myself, (nothing too personal) and post them right here on my blog! Want to join the challenge? Simply go to http://heritageofgrace.wordpress.com/2013/05/17/interview-a-blogger/#comment-596
and leave a comment answering the questions! Everyone is invited!
Now for the questions!
My favorite hymn is definitely "Amazing Grace." (I know all the words!) It is a beautiful song, written by a very sinful man who had much to be forgiven, and thankful for.
Leviticus was the hardest book for me to finish because I found the laws, and ordinances, and measurements of holy things to get rather dull. Still, I am very glad I read it!
What I admire most in people has to be the trait that makes a teenage guy play with a little toddler, a friend give you a hug, (just when you really need a hug) a preacher preach to a half-empty (he would say half-full) church every Sunday, a police officer give a bike to a teenager so he won't have to walk to work, and a nice girl befriend another girl who really needed a friend. . . A trait called Christ-love.
Laughter: I love laughing with my family, because we all have the same silly sense of humor.
I would love to be more active, and swim more, but I don't feel very well most of the time, so I can't as much as I would like.
My favorite all-around author is C. S. Lewis, but my favorite book is most definitely
I enjoy outdoor activities like camping, canoeing, hiking, swimming, and bike riding.
I have in the past, and I am re-establishing the habit. It helps free my mind.
This is a tough one, but probably homemade ice cream. (Yes, it can be healthy!)
I think music has an influence, but perhaps more on a person's mood than worldview. Any thoughts, or ideas I get from music usually wears off when the song is over, but an upbeat, uplifting song does tend to lift my spirits considerably.
Perhaps President Ronald Reagan, because he stood up for what he believed to was right: (Although he wasn't perfect.) He was also a great president, and a good actor!
I love being able to share opinions, connecting with other Christians, and WRITING of course!