When I met him, I knew that I wanted to be with someone like him. I didn’t think it actually would be him. Jokingly, my friends and I would refer to KC as my “husband.” Little did I know.
He was strong. He was convicted. He was different. And full of passion. I loved that about him. When things started to work out for us, he was all those things. He was broken but he trusted. He had a deep faith in a whole God. He wanted nothing more than that, first.
This same man is before me today. I admire him more this day than even then, in all of our pre-marital bliss (and we did enjoy premarital bliss). He still is strong. He still is convicted. He still is different. And he still is full of passion. And I still love this about him. He has always led the way in putting Jesus Christ before all things. I have never felt such love for another human being for being a human being. After years of marriage, I have been privledged to be with a man, and in my view, he’s the way that God intended a man to be: destined for greatness. I believe this so strongly that I would walk the ends of the earth beside him. He has won me. And I am his.
And here we are together. I feel such a partnership and connection in our journey together. For it truly is a journey. We have bled. We have cried. We have sinned. But we have forgiven. And we have, and we do, love. much.