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Thank you again Ben. I walked out changed.
Toggle Commented Jan 24, 2011 on Wow, Dream Year Weekend at History in the Making
That's funny...my wife literally ran into them at Whole Foods one day. She turned down an aisle and they were right there. Keith smiled and said "hi" as they passed. My wife Amy & I just call it an "only in Nashville" moment. Some of our friend still freak out we run into "country stars" in public as if Taylor Swift never needs groceries.
Toggle Commented Jan 20, 2011 on Hey, It Could Happen at History in the Making
I'll do whatever "refining, repositioning and reconstructing" it takes to bring the dream God gave me to reality. Think of me as a lump of clay in a NASCAR hat. ;) Looking forward to this weekend!
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2011 on Wednesday Morning Run-Down at History in the Making
Wow! That's an incredibly diverse group of people and dreams. And the potential impact on the world...again, wow.
Toggle Commented Jan 17, 2011 on The 2011 Dream Year Class at History in the Making
Stephen Brewster is awesome. I consider it a serious blessing to have him at my home church. :) Love your word...I need to pick up elements of that this year. But I have a feeling Dream Year weekend will help me with that!
Toggle Commented Jan 6, 2011 on My One Word for 2011 at History in the Making
I'm really looking forward to the weekend event at CP.
I'm with you on this one. I've actually unfollowed people because all they seem to do is RT people praising them and then adding a tag of "hey, thanks!" One guy I had been following did a dozen within a 20 minute time frame before I unfollowed him.
Nicole's an incredible woman with an incredible story. It's an honor to support her.
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God's Burrito I couldn't be late for the Bible study Or I wouldn't get my favorite seat Sitting next to a goddess named Nancy Who liked to pick corns on her feet Work ran so long I could not go home There were too many cars in the street So I had no choice but to purchase a meal And pray my FCA shirt would stay neat McDonald's line appeared as long as a snake Burger King's line made me retreat-o It left me with only one basic choice A Taco Bell beef or cheese burrito? They were both on the menu for just 99 So I ate one of each they were yummy. But like Revelation it was deelish to my mouth Yet sat like a rock in my tummy. I made Bible Study with minutes to spare And Nancy's hair was so crisp and neat But as I leaned in to smell her perfume I realized they'd undercooked my meat I ran from the room and dashed down the hall Toward the bathrooms at the second floor landing I ripped off my belt and tossed it aside For a quick disrobe was in the planning I reached the bathroom and threw open the door While my slacks began their downward motion I praised the Lord that I was going to make it And that this bathroom had scented hand lotion For I realized this feeling was God's special plan And something that should zap my pleasure For lusting a girl over a good healthy dinner Is not what a young man should treasure To my surprise a man met my eyes In front of me was Pastor White We bumped, he spun off, my back hit the wall And my muscles no longer held tight It was then my sin hit me And the wall, and the floor Pastor White's shoes And the wood bathroom door The whole youth group heard it and ran to my aid Pastor White stumbled out gagging and retching My pain did not come from all their laughs But that Nancy no longer found me fetching. So now, my son, as you hit age thirteen And you find Christian girls to be neato Remember what happened when dad put God last So you won't go and eat God's burrito.
Toggle Commented May 6, 2010 on The 2010 Bad Poetry Contest at Chip MacGregor .com
I'm praying with you on this, Tom. Thanks for the bold stand.
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"Helping to save one young girl or boy's life is worth it." That's what it's all about. I've been saddened today to see people...even those who say they're all about stopping human trafficking...making excuses for Craigslist. It's as if they're more concerned about being seen as "Christians" then actually doing things to help save the life of even one girl. If CL shuts down the adult section and one girl's life is saved I don't care if someone who's not a follower of Christ mocks me as some horrible person. Popularity or looking better than how we think some other Christians look to the world is not more important than the lives of these women.
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So unless you go after everyone, you shouldn't go after anyone? Do realize what an insane position that is, Joan? You have to start somewhere and if it's Craigslist then so be it. You can't go after everyone at the same time because there's not enough resources.
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