I had kind of an A Ha moment today while sitting in church. During one of the prayers I found myself looking around the room. It kind of felt like time had stopped for a moment. I saw all of these people that I didn't know, but I felt like I had all of this love for them anyways. I wanted to run down all of the rows and give out free hugs.. I kept scanning the room. In the back I saw so many people that I loved. Even on my own row. I was sandwiched between people that I love dearly. I love when my worlds collide. It could be one of my utmost favorite things. I. LOVE. MY. PEOPLE. For serious. It's hard not to be a freak and tell them all of the time. I was standing there (staring at all of these people) and realized that there was only one word that could describe it. HOME. I felt 100% at home. It was the safest and truest feeling that I have felt in a long time. I am so thankful to have a church home. And I pray that anybody reading this would share this type of feeling, wherever they are. If you don't- let me know and I will be shooting up atomic prayers for you. Then later on in the service we were singing Amazing Love. (Which I normally do not like because I sang it 2,000,000 times in Young Life). The last line struck me like never before. The words are "In all I do, I honor you." I must have sung that line so many times and thought nothing of it. Today I wanted to just cry. I felt inspired, loved and challenged all at the same time. A million memories/experiences flashed through my mind at once. I thought of all of the times that I didn't quite do that. And then I tried to think of the places that I have the opportunity to do that. Pretty cool. Where can I do better? Where am I missing it? Sometimes (not often) I like a good challenge. And today I am accepting. Game on.