Married To Jesus…

I am currently reading through the book of Romans with my “LTG partner”. I came across a neat little piece of insight this morning in Romans 7:2-4 that I thought I’d share with you all…

2For the woman who has a husband is bound by the law to her husband as long as he lives. But if the husband dies, she is released from the law of her husband. 3 So then if, while her husband lives, she marries another man, she will be called an adulteress; but if her husband dies, she is free from that law, so that she is no adulteress, though she has married another man. 4 Therefore, my brethren, you also have become dead to the law through the body of Christ, that you may be married to another—to Him who was raised from the dead, that we should bear fruit to God.”

Wow. I am daily humbled by the fact that we, as The Church, are the Bride of Christ. He is the Bridegroom, and is making His Bride ready for His return. It says that we have become dead to the law through the body of Christ, that we may be married to another-Jesus! Just as the woman above is released from the law of marriage to her husband upon his death, we are released from our marriage to sin because of the law through the death/resurrection of Christ. Just as she is released to marry another, WE are released to marry another-Him who was raised from the dead.

We are released from our marriage to sin, and set free in our marriage to Christ because He has died, and is risen for the redemption of our sin. He is our Bridegroom, and we are daily being sanctified/made pure/holy for His return. My favorite part of this passage is at the very end…

“…that we should bear fruit to God.”

We are released from our marriage to sin because of the law, and set free to marry Christ…SO THAT WE MAY BEAR FRUIT TO GOD! I love it. May we walk in this freedom today, realizing our freedom from sin, and marriage to Christ for the purpose of His Kingdom!

“Snow” in July…?

It would appear that Morgan and I are…PREGNANT! Woohoo! Yes, Aaron Snow is going to be a DADDY. Those of you who know me well know that this is something that i’ve wanted since I was about….mmmm….12. That’s NOT weird.                  Is it?


On October 20th, 2008 we celebrated our 1 year anniversary. On that day we took a pregnancy test to see if we would be parents.


I’ve never been more excited. Morgan is healthy, but has felt a little crappy over the past few weeks with nausea. She’s already seen our mid-wife at the Birth Center, and we went today for our first ultrasound.


We heard our baby’s heartbeat, and found out our due date; July 2nd, 2009! There will be Snow in July!


The top picture is a picture of the heartbeat. The bright white lines are the beats. The picture below that is my little Snowball. Ladies and Gentleman: Let it Snow.

Parents: Leave us a little note of encouragement/advice in the comments.

Friends: Tell us how crazy we are, and how much you’re gonna be praying for us, and our little baby!

1 Year Anniversary & REALationships.

Morgan and I spent last weekend with two of our close friends who live in Ocean Springs, Mississippi. They got married in June, and moved from Dallas to Ocean Springs to help start an Acts 29 church called “Mosaic”. The Lord did something beautiful in each of us over the weekend as we poured into one another, and watched as the Lord grew us closer to each other and Himself. We experienced beautiful community together as we cooked meals, planted a garden, prayed, rested, sharpened, and spoke wisdom into each others lives about marriage and serving Christ with our all.

We planted a garden with the Taylor’s at their new home! Fully equipped with Basil, Cilantro, Parsley, and Flowers!

We drove an hour west to New Orleans and spent some time there.

Lunch at the “Mellow Mushroom”

We all prepared a 5 course meal together, and spent the entire evening eating and drinking to the Glory of God. Beautiful.

Monday, October 20th was mine and Morgan’s 1 year anniversary. After spending the weekend with the Taylor’s they dropped us off in New Orleans at a Hostel. It was RAD. We all have a lot to learn from “hostel life”.

Above: India House Hostel – New Orleans, LA.

Above: On the beach on Ocean Springs…Morgan wrote our wedding date in the sand!

We spent the day touring New Orleans on our anniversary.

On Monday we checked into a little bed and breakfast in New Orleans to rest and relax…

This was a beautiful time of rest for both of us. We had a great time, and enjoyed one another as we celebrated our first wonderful year of being married. Thank you Jesus.

Weddings, MC Training, & Good Friends…

Morgan and I spent the past week in Texas; it was a beautiful trip. Our main purpose for being in Texas was to serve our best friends, Jeremiah & Keri, as they vowed their lives to one another in marriage. I got to perform the wedding! (Thank you state of Texas-haha) The wedding was in Austin, and it could not have been more perfect. The Holy Spirit of God ordained their union in every way that I, as a man, could not do. In fact, all I really did was sign a peace of paper to make them “legal” in man’s eyes. They will certainly make a wonderful couple that uses their union to bring Glory to the Father, and growth to His kingdom.

The day after the wedding, which was in Austin, we hooked up with the I.G. Ft. Worth crew for some pizza. It was wonderful to see them all again, and see what God has been doing in and through them since we have moved to Las Vegas. We shared the first few days serving Jeremiah and Keri, and then caught up with one another. This was a huge blessing to Morgan and I.

We stayed with some of our close friends in Austin, the Stewart’s. They are precious, and have poured into Morgan and I in ways they will never know. They have three beautiful children, and are a perfect example of how to raise children who will fear the Lord.

We also had the chance to connect with two other people who have become close friends of ours, the Ramirez’. We are convinced that the four of us were separated at birth. Though we live in different states, the Lord has united us for life. We will serve Christ, one another, and grow His kingdom together from different parts of the world for years to come. Jonathan and Lauren we love you guys.

The week in Texas was busy. On Saturday we also had the pleasure of spending some time with some passionate students who attend the University of Texas in Austin. They are motivated, and ready to start “missional communities” all over UT to reach the lost for Christ. More at that to come…