on my mind…

friends, life, ministry

just some things that are on my mind at the end of the week:

• Addison is recovering…after the 5th day of fevers, she was diagnosed with pneumonia. we knew she was feeling better when she started arguing with Ethan again!

• had a great Dream Year phone call this week. Excited to share more about my dream over the coming months.

• still thinking about this amazing story out of Haiti, reported by CNN. powerful.

• also appreciated Anderson Cooper’s words on why he went back to Haiti.

• really looking forward to the Whiteboard Sessions in May…especially since Lynda will be going with me.

• looking forward to our friend Karen coming to visit our family over her winter break. we always have a great time when she visits.

• excited to have Amy Petty coming back to RCC in a few weeks. should be fun to have her worship with us.

happy weekend everyone!


One thought on “on my mind…

  1. On Anderson Cooper – His comments, “I spent last week in New York, but, the truth is, it felt very strange. When you know something monumental is happening so close to our shores, and yet you don’t see it on a daily basis – it’s an odd disconnect, and it doesn’t feel right.”

    This is a shining example of a guilty conscience, praise God. And we Christians know this to mean that God is working on Cooper. Anderson needs to not stop at his location on this earth, be it the carnage in Haiti or busy in a beautiful studio in NYC. No, Cooper needs to keep going. He needs to consider his place in eternity. Does Cooper understand what the Bible says about sin and the only propitiation for it in Jesus alone? There are many “good people” who will not see the kingdom of God. “Enter in at the narrow gate; for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be who go in that way; because narrow is the gate, and hard is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.” Matthew 7:13, 14

    I admire the work of A.C. but I find it so difficult to get beyond his, and many others who “do good” in a high profile way. That is why I decided to comment on your post today. Not as a put-down to the reporter but to a call for us to pray.

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