You Can’t Make This Stuff Up! Part 1

Saturday found us at The Pavilion in Vantage with a throng of radical people of faith.

hands in worship

Led by artist and musician, James Nesbit, we entered into worship of the King of Kings in a fresh new way.

James Nesbit

The sound while bold, was not prescribed or pre-written but on the spot released for this moment and this place.

drumset

Rita's feet
What does this have to do with process? Process is about time and place and being in the right place at the right time. You might call it convergence. Perhaps serendipity.

I am coming to a new understanding of how your identify that your timing is in time with God’s timing. Stuff happens. Connections are made that could not have been made had you pre-planned for six months or six years!

Just like that music on Saturday. It was fresh and vibrant, for that moment, and for that place. It united so many peoples–First Nations people from around the state,

Rita and Pat

with Fijians, Hawaiians, Hispanics, Afro-Americans, Caucasians.

dancing with the whirlwind scarf

 

Gary Dancing

Yahweh

So what could I not make up? After three and a half hours of extravagant partying with each other, the Holy Spirt and the angels, we had food and fellowship. In the food line, I met another woman from across the state who had graduated from the same high school as me two years earlier. We knew the same people; we shared stories of friends and whatever became of so and so. Our conversation filled a gap in my past; it refreshed me; it answered questions. It presented the kind of insight that makes you ponder.

Granted this event at Vantage did bring people together from around Washington State. It is a meeting ground that is easy to access from all over the state, but what are the chances I would stand in the food line with someone who shared memories that went back to my early childhood? I knew her grandparents; she knew my parents.

You can’t make this stuff up! Was I in the right place at the right time? I think so. Maybe.

Of course you could say, well, she lives a couple hours from Vantage and you live a couple hours from Vantage in the other direction so it is entirely possible that your paths could cross. Perhaps.

But wait until my next post! You can’t make this stuff up, part 2!

And remember, process is so much about convergence. Time and again!

Marlee Huber ~ For Your Flourishing Life!

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About Your Flourishing Life

As a child, Marlee Huber loved to ramble through gardens sampling juicy berries and delighting in the heady fragrance of roses. As an adult, she thrills at maintaining a country garden in the foothills of the Washington Cascades. Something happened in 2012 that changed everything for Marlee. She followed the love of her life as he bicycled across the continent from their home in the NW to his brother's home in the Virginia. Ninety days later she came home and has never been the same. After photographing the backroads and hamlets across America--all on auto, she came home and took an online photography course, read dozens of books on technique and vision and stepped out into a new career. Her passion is coaching young people to discover their brilliance. She calls it Life-Themes Coaching and during one nearly half-day session, she unpacks what makes you brilliant and one of a kind. Then she matches the discoveries with a photography session where she tells the story of your life with her camera. In her personal life, she is a wife, mother, and grandmother delighting in her flourishing family!
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