Tag: compassion

Blessed are the peacemakers.

I have a long standing love and respect for Invisible Children. Last week, in the bombings in Uganda, IC lost one of their guys, Nate Henn. I didn’t know Nate. But I know and love my friends at IC, and working at Mocha Club– we have a deep love for IC as co-workers on the

My writing table.

I have long wanted to use this table well. It used to be my grandmother’s. It sat in her bedroom, beside her bed. I’ve had it since she passed away in 1999, but this is the first time I feel like it is being fully appreciated. And by that, I mean, “many-a-stacks live here.” I sat

Wanna hang out tonight?

Cause this is where I’ll be. So, here’s the thing. There are a few albums that I pretty much spun to death in 2009. Jars of Clay (check), Mat Kearney (check), Switchfoot (Jon Foreman – check). And then there are people that I am just plain in awe of their music skillz and voice. Alison