13 Years Ago I Wrote the Following in a Journal

I found an old journal the other day. Thirteen years ago, in that journal, I wrote the following:

I have value.  I am worth something.  There are things I can contribute to society.  I have talents and skills, as well as morals and ideals.  I know that I am worth something.

I wanted to share that because I wanted you to know this.

You have value.

You are worth something.

There are things you can contribute to society.

You have talents, skills, as well as morals and ideals.

You need to known that you are worth something.

I don’t know what I was dealing with at that exact time, or what moved me to write those words. But maybe I needed to see them for myself. I hope they do something for you.

Every Two Weeks

After posting on minimalism, I gave the blog some thought.

I’ve been taking on more writing projects outside of the blog, which means less time for the blog itself.

But in the name of keeping the blog, and keeping it in good quality, I have decided to make a change for the benefit of all projects.

From now on, Caleb Coy Blog will provide you with a brand new post every two weeks, rather than every week. Look forward to new material at least twice a month.

33 Judgmental Church Folks Who Are Disappointed in You

This has been a fun week of Caleb Coy Blog’s Greatest Hits!
Today?
33 Judgmental Church Folks Who Are Disappointed in You
(Not Judging, just disappointed)

CALEB COY

33 Judgmental Church Folks Who Are Disappointed in You
Not Judging, just disappointed


1. This Old Lady
This old lady does not want to hear your excuse for why you weren’t at Sunday service this morning.


2. This radio preacher
This radio preacher thinks you should getty up for the rapture while you still got time.


3. This Song Leader

This song leader is a bit perturbed that you are dragging out “Farther Along” a little too slowly.
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