Doctors - Dentist - Eye Doctors - and more. Do you like those annual check ups? Lisa is pretty regular in her visits. Me? I kind of avoid them. It explains a lot about me, but that’s not what we are here to discuss. We are now in the process of getting everything transferred over … Continue reading An Annual Check Up
This past Sunday, Christmas Sunday of all days, I made an informational blunder during my children’s message. I had a gimmick that I thought would get a great point across. I had a 100 meter rope lined up and down the aisles. Then I had the kids scatter down the aisles and grab the rope. … Continue reading I Committed Musical Heresy
Returning to Va with Lisa. Have a great Boxing Day. If you need something to read, here's a good Best of SBC in 2018 ... https://sbcvoices.com/best-of-the-sbc-for-2018/
Todd's thoughts as he hits the road ... Christmas Day travels. Most people just like to hang around the house on Christmas Day. They have already done their travels. They left early to get to grandmas. And they won’t be going home until afterwards, like Boxing Day or early in January. But being the life … Continue reading How far are you willing to go?
Christmas Eve. Shortly after awakening, I read the Charlie Brown Christmas Story in my iPad. Interactive, games (collect ornaments), dancing moves to mimic, and a great telling of The Real meaning. Now I no longer have a tree. It left ten thousand too many needles on the floor, so I relocated it back to the … Continue reading A Charlie Brown Christmas Tree, the National Christmas Tree, and the Grinch
Today, I share with you my wife's blog from her site, connections2excellence.com. She has a way with words, a wonderful point of view, and a heart for the love of God. So enjoy this blog of hers, and you might even want to follow her yourself. Have a merry Christmas. Click here for the words … Continue reading A Beautiful Blog by a Beautiful Blogger
Last night, our church took out several groups of graded school age kids. We loaded the suvs/cars, gave assignments, and hit the roads to visit some of our senior adults. Being a rural community, the homes were spread out over a large portion of the county. Something most suburban and urban churches don’t have to … Continue reading Caroling, Cookies & Cocoa