The 2010 Passion Conference is in Atlanta this weekend. Hearing about it and knowing a lot of people that are attending has made me feel incredibly old.
When I was in college, I was an active part of the "Passion Movement", 722, 268 Generation,One Day, and anything else that I could get into that had to do with Jesus.
I went to 4 stops on the Passion tour- Atlanta, Athens, Rome, and Augusta.
I was in Shelby Farms for One Day.
We drove 2 hours on a regular basis on Tuesday nights to go to 722 in Alpharetta.
I owned every CD put out by Passion.
It was an amazing time of my life. I wouldn't trade it for anything.
I know a lot of people from my church who still fall in the 18-25 age bracket who are at the conference this weekend. Reading their tweets, status updates, and blog posts has been so comforting and made me reminisce a lot.
There was so much for me and my age bracket then. But this has also highlighted a fact in my life.
Unless you are married, there is very little "for you" when your 29.
Never knew it. Never cared.
And it's not like I'm mad or anything, it's just that I'm just now noticing it.
Yes, LORD, walking in the way of your laws,
we wait for you;
your name and renown
are the desire of our hearts.