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Weekend Watch 4.26.13

Back in action for your weekend entertainment…if you like what you see SHARE it! //////////////////////////////////////////////////// the usual read for Mom’s…this one is a good one! It’s Ok If You’re Not Enjoying Being a Mom This Week by Lisa-Jo Baker //////////////////////////////////////////////////// the story of a miracle that my husband witnessed in Africa Rain In The Desert … Continue reading

Weekend Watch 3.5.13

Happy April. A little bit of everything for your enjoyment…and remember if you like what you see or read SHARE it! ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// in regards to some current politics (which I normally shy away from): 7 Questions for Christians About the Gay Marriage Debate  “We cannot see government as the ultimate decision-makers or ultimate law-makers. We … Continue reading

Weekend Watch 3.29.13

Celebrating my Savior’s resurrection this weekend. May you experience His power and love as you reflect on the incredible act of love He showed in His suffering and in conquering death. “God is not dead, He is surely alive!!” ///////////////////////////////////// “Sometimes knowing exactly where you are on your God-sized adventure helps. It’s not that you’re … Continue reading

Weekend Watch 3.22.13

In the News: Great article on Pope Francis “What the Pope Means for Evangelicals” found at relevantmagazine.com ///////////////////////// Our friend Victor is changing the way we think about education with Experience Institute. Check it Out: ///////////////////////// Who doesn’t love a Kid Weatherman? This one is the best: ///////////////////////// On challenging the church for radical change: … Continue reading

Weekend Watch 03.15.13

Happy Weekend…and for those of you coming back from incredible Spring Break adventures…hope they were nice. (No sarcasm at all…ok maybe a little bit) To Challenge the people pleaser inside each of us:  “You Can’t Make Everyone Happy” by Craig Groeschel via Relevant Magazine “Rather than living for an audience of one, I was acting for … Continue reading