Thursday, July 21, 2011

HC dinner at Mai's

Had dinner at Mais followed by "horrible bosses"

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Friday, June 24, 2011

Sunday, May 8, 2011

The Original Barnaby's (Fairview)





Most have been to at least one of Barnaby's many locations.  But, most have not been to the original Barnaby's, which is located deep in Montrose near Taft.  It's got that cozy, ecclectic, casual, Austin feel to it.  I think the structure might even be a mobile home.  Barnaby's has really good food, known for their comfort foods, ginormous and really good salads, tasty crispy thin fries, lemonade, and if you haven't had one of Barnaby's chocolate chip cookies...well have one of those next time you're there, it's my favorite spot for a chocolate chip cookie.  If you know of another place that has reeeeeally good chocolate cookies, please share.

Also, in case you're a homophobe,  this is probably not the place for you to go if that's the case.  It is deep in Montrose and that's all I have to say about that.  I love the casual, quaint vibe there!  Great place if you're looking for something different, cozy,

604 Fairview Street
Houston, TX 77006-2904
(713) 522-0106
barnabyscafe.com

Friday, May 6, 2011

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Friday, April 22, 2011

Thursday, April 7, 2011

The fridge. Ready for hc goodness

Extra meat too... wish all my peep were coming.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Do Your Homework

Remeber this week's homework assignment.

or else

Monday, February 28, 2011

Friday, February 18, 2011

Keystone.

Snowboarding fun.

Here: Hannah, Soo, Diana, Tony
Not: Roy, Rica, Deanna, Peter

Friday, February 4, 2011

Friday, January 21, 2011

Fw: Morning Prayer

Hi Soo,   I enjoyed our little breakfast together this morning.   The book that the church is reading during the 10-day morning prayer is: 책 제목: Straight Talk on Spiritual Power: Experiencing the Fullness of God in the Church 책 저자: Bill Hull 출판사: Baker Books   Also, here's the little excerpt on God's will from Pastor Chai's corner. Enjoy! How to Discern God's Will Recently, a church member who was facing an important decision asked me how to discern God's will. I'd like to share the email I sent to him. It may be helpful for people who have similar questions. The best guide to finding God's will is the Bible. If you are given the opportunity to buy a bustling bar at an attractive low price, you don't even have to think about it, no matter how tempting the deal may be. Selling hard liquor and running a bar is obviously against God's will as revealed in Scripture. But many situations aren't this clear cut. Often, people have to choose between two options, neither of which are clearly sin. For example, people might have to choose between two job offers. Or they might have to decide whether or not to marry the person they've been dating. They want to discern God's will for their decision, but it's difficult when no option is clearly sinful. When you're given choices like these, choose what's enjoyable and makes you happy. Our purpose in life is to serve others. If we want to serve others well, we should enjoy what we're doing and live happy lives for ourselves. So when choosing a job, ask yourself: will I enjoy doing this for the next 10 or 20 years? When thinking about a potential spouse, ask: will I be happy living with this person in 10 or 20 years after romantic feelings have faded? When you have no clear preference, choose on the basis of ministry. There are three areas of ministry in your life - family, work, and church. Make the choice that aligns with your ministry goals. For example, if your family's finances are tight, it's reasonable to choose the job that pays you best. If your family needs more of your time, choose the job that gives you the most time to spend with them. If you're involved with important church ministries, choose the job that gives you the most flexibility to serve in them. Once you make a decision, it's best not to look back. God values your motivations in decision making more than the decisions themselves. If you try to honor God in your decisions, God will honor them even if they're not the best. He may redirect your way so that you eventually return to the right decision or help your poor decision produce good fruit. Take the time to discern God's will, but once you've made a decision, go with it boldly and don't look back, expecting that God will honor it.


-- "For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." - Jeremiah 29:11