Amy and I received our long awaited answer to prayer, the birth of our daughter Selah Marie.
Today is the first real public delivery of one of my new sites, http://lifestories.smugmug.com/ “Life Stories”.
I am collaborating with some new artists to begin this new journey of collecting many wonderful galleries of stories and events where sharing life stories is the subject. Please join me by sharing comments and linking to this new resource.
Last night I was looking at some photos of two of my grandchildren and i realized, all my children are on my mind…tonight…and all the time.
I ponder, how are they each doing in life, physically, emotionally, financially, where is their faith walk, what is the status of their family.
I pray for them every night with my Sweet Bride Amy.
In Matt 18:19 & 20, the bible says: “v19 …Again, truly I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything they ask for, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. v20 …For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them…”
So tonight we prayed again for my children, and I asked the youngest of all, hanging out with God and all the angels, to keep watch over them all…Our dearest Tommy.
Family is one of the most important things to me, and one of my biggest challenges to maintain.
This is why I invoke my Lord, and my God, Jesus Christ…hear me Father GOD, I cannot do it alone.
I pray Holy Spirit, you are there beside each of them, speaking to them, listening for them to call out to you.
I pray for all my family, extended family and my brothers and sisters in my church. I pray for Peace for our country internally and for abroad. I pray for the unity of all believers to work and pray as one, for this peace and a time of healing for us all…in Jesus’ name Amen!
Last Sunday appeared more than just a high school reunion, it reminded me of family…
Go to the link and judge for yourself.
I quickly shot this message of appreciation Doris gave for all her loved ones.
This last Sunday I was blessed to shoot this birthday party of my new friend, Doris.
It was a present from her neighbor, my fellow committee member, Beverly.
I was watching TV when I heard a crash just outside my house.
Then there was a car alarm sounding. One man said he believed the woman’s car strut had broke causing her to lose control of her car.
The car collided into a parked van and then flipped upside down, landing on the driver’s side roof. The top had been crushed closing the window’s opening to allow the driver to escape. By the time I got to the other side of the car, my neighbors were already helping the woman get out of the passenger’s side…she apparently was thrown into the back seat and was not visibly harmed in the crash. I watched as I saw a couple of my neighbors calling 911 and reporting the crash. Other neighbors were offering the woman a blanket, water, a first-aid kit and comfort. I believe she is going to be fine. Today I saw my neighbors become heroes.
My wife just went to a workshop all about getting to know our neighbors. It’s amazing how many we met today!