Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Encouragement: Your Great Name Lyrics (Acoustic Version) By Natalie Grant

Hey Guys~

Okay, so I know it's been kind of quiet on here lately. Trouble is, I haven't had much time to sit down and think; let alone I wouldn't quite know what to say. I guess I've been experiencing what you would call a "silent time" in my relationship with God. In the midst of this time, I find hope in songs like the one below Your Great Name by Natalie Grant. The lyrics that really resonate with me are in verse one, which state as follows:

"Lost are saved; find their way; at the sound of Your great name All condemned; feel no shame, at the sound of Your great name Every fear; has no place; at the sound of Your great name The enemy; he has to leave; at the sound of Your great name"

I hope you find it as encouraging as I do during this very interesting time!

Monday, October 24, 2011

One Show, Two Unique Perspectives!

Welcome Back,

I know it's been a while since I posted anything, it's been a busy time for me when me splitting my time between conquering health issues and helping out with the church website. That being said, time at my computer is precious these days ..

Still, I watched an interesting episode of "Anderson" last week and thought I'd bring it to your attention. It featured the inspirational story of the Johnstons, a family who lovingly refers to themselves as the real-life "seven dwarfs". The family consists of all all dwarf children, two of which are biological and three that are internationally adopted. Although they have obvious physical limitations, they live in your average sized home. Their reasoning is a simple one-they want their children to grow up knowing how to adapt in the real world. For more information on this story, feel free to visit the following link:

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Encouragement: Another Reason To Dream The "Impossible"

Hey Guys,

This article was featured as I was looking through my e-mail two days ago. It not only proves that dreams can come true, but parents should never underestimate their children's potential..

Please check it out, you won't regret it.

Monday, October 3, 2011

Courageous-Casting Crowns with lyrics

Welcome Back Everyone~

Okay, so I know it's been a while.. But my family and I finally took our long-awaited vacation of the summer; it was a great time to just sit back and reflect on the journey we've had over the over the past few months. Despite this new lease on life. I've been given, it still has its own troubles. Since my recovery, for example, I've had a great amount of difficulty finding someone to care for my needs; not only that, but I've developed reoccurring health issues that keep me out of my chair for several hours a day.

That being said, I'm amazed at how God has kept so many of my dreams alive. Barring any other economic difficulties, I will be moving out on my own soon. I just have to wait for a first level apartment to become available before a friend

and I can move in together. In the meantime, however, I am enjoying spending time with my family-knowing that this time is fleeting and soon our lives may have us going in different directions.

Anyway, that's why I love the movie Courageous. It teaches Christians that we have a unique opportunity to share God's love with those around us; but with that comes a harsh reality-in which one must choose to live out their faith and take responsibility for our actions. In that way, we are all doubly responsible when we each know what God expects of us as a person and as a human put on this earth.

I'm sorry, there's so much more I had planned to share with you in terms of the movie. But I waited too long to write it all down! Anyway, who knows? I may get the opportunity to see it again and some new thoughts will be spurred in my head.

In the meantime, I thought I would share the main theme of the movie with you about one guys: hopefully, you will be as inspired as I was...

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