I needed to read this tonight.

Loving Theo

Having worked at a Christian summer camp for so many years, the skit is almost a cliché: a character is missing something in their life or there’s a hole in their heart or a piece of them is missing, or something to that effect. This character tries different things to fill the hole, like school or sports or fame or money or friends or something like that. In the end, they find that only Jesus and not anything this world can provide is all that can fill the whole. Then the skit ends, usually with a sappy hug between the character and Jesus, signifying the character’s life has been made whole and everything is happy and awesome now.

Except that it’s not always happy and awesome. Even if Jesus is at the very center of your life, life will still happen to you and around you. Jesus even guarantees as…

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