With full hearts and deep gratitude, we are thankful to those who paid the ultimate price for our freedom. Praying for their families as they continue on.
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Music: Dexter Britian – Nothing to Fear
“I’ll miss my friends the most…”
Happy Graduation, Class of 2014! One chapter closed, a lifetime of possibilities ahead…
“Trust God from the bottom of your heart; don’t try to figure out everything on your own. Listen for God’s voice in everything you do, everywhere you go; He’s the one who will keep you on track.” Proverbs 3:5,6 (The Message)
Talking about the woman who anoints the feet of Jesus in Luke 7:36-50
“Jesus can really forgive sins. The woman comes with shame, but He’s taken on her shame. She’s been rejected, but He’s taken on that rejection on the Cross. He says, ‘I will exchange your sin for my life.’ She goes away with sincere faith, real love, real forgiveness and peace.”
Alex Chacon: “When I was a little kid in elementary school I’d always look at the world globe and realized how small we were, and the different places there were. So over the years I kept figuring out how I was going to go all around the world, and get to know the world before I got to know myself. I did my very frist roadtrop at 15 when I drove from Mexico to Canada twice. I went from El Paso to California, to Vancouver, back down to Texas, then to Florida, then to Nova Scotia, through Michigan, and I did that in 32 days. It was the most amazing experience in my life, and because it was so profound, and it changed me in so many ways at such a young age, I realized that a much greater journey like [riding across] Latin America was in my blood.”
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Music: Tim McMorris “A Beautiful Life”
If you could have any super power, what would it be?
“Yes, I point my gun and chickens would shoot out!”
Our surroundings day in and day out often shape how we think. This little super hero is the caretaker of several chickens. He takes his duties seriously and loves his chickens. What he loves, shapes what he thinks…awesome power of the chicken!
What’s the best part of your job?
What’s the worst?
“When bad things happen to good people.”
This week is National Police Week honoring America’s law enforcement community. Back in 1962, then President Kennedy set up May 15th as National Peace Officers Memorial Day to honor those who have lost their lives in the line of duty protecting us. It seems sometimes, that we only hear the negative side of what happens with police. There is much good that officers do on the job that goes unrecognized. For most in Law Enforcement it’s not just a job, but a way of life. Many are very involved helping in their communities on their own time.
Take the time to say “thanks” this week to those officers you know…and even don’t know. It’ll be an encouragement to them!
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