We had a great turn out at New Hope for the movie last night. Thanks to Steve and Shannon for coordinating everything.
"Fireproof" had some great take aways. If you haven't seen it, I encourage you to check it out. It goes against the common, American attitude that says "Love is a feeling. Go with your heart. If you fall out of love, just get out." It speaks to a deeper reality of love. This true love is not dependent on feelings. It is a love that is exemplified in what Christ has done for us. This love is worth fighting for and can stand the test of time.
If you are looking for someone to process stuff with, Leonard and Betty Perdue would love to talk with you. They have a heart for seeing marriages thrive and they have covenanted together in their own marriage for many years. You can give them a call (330.549.2215) or you can find Betty on Facebook.
For me, one of the most powerful parts of the movie was a song by John Waller, "While I'm Waiting." Much of my (of our) life is spent waiting. What do we do as we wait for things to happen? What do we do as we wait for the pain to be over? What do we do as we wait for things to turn around? What do we do as we wait for God to show us our path?