Day 1 (Friday, April 5th 2013): “Just because I’m mad doesn’t mean I stop caring!” I want people to understand this about me… I actually get mad because I do care! This is a way to start off with Day 1!
Day 2(Saturday, April 6th, 2013): It is finally Barbecue weather again!!!!!!
Day 3(Sunday, April 7th, 2013): I’ve missed a few episodes of The Voice so we spent some time watching recorded episodes. Also, Job 37:22 was used in Sunday nights sermon! Still resounding. God is awesome and majestic! We saw it all day!
I will be once again beginning my photo journal. It will be marking something new in my life… I’m not ready to share yet… but every day will be a step in the journey… I’m ready! #challenging #NewMe!
I am soooo pumped for church tonight! Can’t wait to enter into the presence of the Almighty God! Expect the Great! Thats what I am doing right now! Everytime that I enter into to sanctuary I am prepared to be that living sanctuary in a whole new level that I thank God for!
I am sooo ready for this! I am so ready for God! I am sooo ready to praise Him with ALLLLL My heart. ALLL my Inmost being is ready to bless HIS Holy Name!
The Times of India is running 1/4 page ads on why men should respect women.
This is huge. There are no words for how happy I am to post this vs everything I usually reblog.
(Waiting for the NY Times to do something similar. Of course, they’d have to take time off from justifying the actions of gang rapists.)
OMFG INDIA’S NEWSPAPER? HOW DID I NOT READ THIS OMG?
This is amazing
(via erinmuhree)Source: ourmobileworld
I wanna get my blogging started once again! And I want to get my photo journal up and running once again also! Therefore I will post a picture from a few days, and we will continue from here!
“Help Me To Wait” is a song about how difficult it is to be patient with God’s timing.
It was written and produced by Jed Brewer, vocals are by BRIDGE team member Tasha Lawson, and it features a rap verse contributed by blogger extraordinaire Joon Park.
This is the R&B version, there are 3 other versions in the February Bridge Box, along with sermons, studies, videos and more for only $8/month. Sign up at missionusa.com/bridgebox
Grant Taylor: David, I need a 51-yard field goal.
David Childers: Coach, I can’t kick that far.
Grant Taylor: David, they’ve been stopping the run and the pass all night. You’re my best option.
David Childers: Coach, the farthest I’ve ever kicked is a 39-yarder. There is no way I can kick a 51-yard field goal.
Grant Taylor: I believe you can. Your job is to do the best you can, and leave the rest up to God. I need you on that field. All right, field goal unit!
Announcer #2: I don’t understand this, but with two seconds left on the clock, but Coach Grant Taylor and the Shiloh Eagles are putting the game in the hands of a 145-pound backup kicker. This isn’t a good move on Grant Taylor’s part. He even has to kick into the wind.
Brady Owens: Grant, we gotta throw it. He can’t kick it from there. It’s too far.
Grant Taylor: No, it’s not.
Brady Owens: What are you doing?
Grant Taylor: I’m preparing for rain.