This is a post we shared with you in November of last year. Had quite a few comments about it so here it is again! Share with someone you think would enjoy!
If the title of today’s post catches your attention, and causes you to wonder where in the world that thought could have come from, then I really encourage you to be with us at Family Church on Sunday mornings. You never know the sorts of deep theological revelations you may miss when you are not in attendance; such as the above revelatory remark made by Pastor O’Neal on November 10th.
Although the comment was funny, and quite unexpected, how many of us have not had our mothers admonish us on a regular basis during our childhood
“Beck, take this first year of marriage and really focus on your marriage.” Those were words of biblical counsel given to me by my late mentor, Billy Hornsby, as I approached my upcoming marriage with Jodi nearly 13 years ago. Unfortunately, those were words I did not heed as I should have during that first newlywed year. Yes, I wanted to have a godly marriage, but my focus may have been more zeroed in on other responsibilities and dreams such as entering “full-time ministry.” I, excuse me, WE paid a dear price our first year of marriage simply because I didn’t take the time to make marriage my main earthly, relational priority.
“A newly married man must not be drafted into the army or be given any
If you read our post from Monday then you will really be excited about our podcast today.
Stacy Frost joined me to talk a little more about being a mom to Jase and Annie.
We hope you enjoy it.
If you would like to connect to Stacy you can find her on Instagram @stacybellfrost3
The other day I came across a blog post titled, “Moms, put on your swimsuit!”
The post was about moms getting past their self consciousness and getting in their swimsuits and making memories with their kids this summer.
It was a great post and really hit home with me.
A couple of weekends ago we took a trip to the Audubon Zoo with Jase.
There was a neat little splash pad/water area and we all changed into our swimsuits and headed towards the fun!!! However, once we got to the action I spotted a cozy little area where some other moms where gathered and sat with my towel wrapped around me.
I watched Jase and Jarred go down the slides and splash
There have been many times I have wondered how in the world God convinced Himself that I was worth it.
How in the world could He have determined I warranted His son?
Today (Wednesday) I read an article that gave me a glimpse of what it may be like.
The article was short but spoke plenty loud. Below is the text.
OUACHITA PARISH (KTVE/KARD) — The Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office reports last Monday, Ouachita Correctional Center deputies responded to an injured inmate.
According to the report, the inmate had cut his leg, severing an artery.
The deputies applied a tourniquet in order to control the bleeding until EMS arrived.
Ouachita Parish Sheriff Jay Russell commended these deputies on a job well done.
So here’s my question. How often are paramedics, police officers,