Wednesday, November 3, 2010

iPad Giveaway!!!

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Monday, August 9, 2010

First Day of Kindergarten!

How ironic... I have a 20 year old, an 18 year old, a 14 year old and a 5 year old... I've homeschooled for 7 years... and today is the first day that I've ever taught Kindergarten. I think I like it!

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Epiphanie Bags Giveaway!

I would LOVE to win this bag! Go here for the giveaway, and go here to see Epiphanie's site!

Monday, May 24, 2010

iheartfaces - "Yellow" Photo Challenge!

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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Camera Giveaway!!!

I'm entering this giveaway for my daughter, Emily :) You have to be 18 or older to enter.

Click here for an amazing giveaway for a Canon 5D!

Friday, November 27, 2009

What will my response be?

"Brethren I'll tell you this: If all of a sudden you see a brother or sister in need and your first thoughts are not: "O man, how can I get in their shoes and help bear that burden", but rather your first thoughts are: "O man, if I have to help them then I'm not gonna be able to do this, I'm not going to be able to do that". God forbid brethren! Those early Christians sold their homes to help needy Christians. So what if you have to wear old clothes or get the cable TV turned off. Brethren, listen to me: are you ready to stand before the Lord on Judgement Day and say "No Lord, I did not help my brother when I saw him in need, but Lord I had the Discovery channel, Lord I had this great big 90 inch plasma HD, I had that! I didn't help that sister, but Lord look at my i-phone, I had one of those, isn't this impressive?" Brethren, that's not impressive, what's impressive is the Macedonians, that's impressive." ~Tim Conway

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

The Misunderstanding of Free Will

There is...this basic failure to grasp the radical difference between the natures of two worlds. It is the habit of languidly "accepting" salvation as if it were a small matter and one wholly in our hands. Men are exhorted to think things over and "decide" for Christ...people are expected to condescend to grant Christ the right to save them, a right which they have obviously refused Him up to that time. Christ is thus made to stand again before men's judgment seat; He is made to wait upon the pleasure of the individual, and after long and humble waiting is either turned away or patronizingly admitted. By a complete misunderstanding of the noble and true doctrine of the freedom of the human will, salvation is made to depend perilously upon the will of men instead of upon the will of God. ~A.W. Tozer