Sanctity of Life Sunday

January 24, 2008 — 4 Comments

LIFE IS GOOD…DEATH IS BAD
That was the title of this weeks sermon. It was Sanctity of Life Sunday. We remembered the lost and prayed for our country and the hearts of women who are struggling with the decisions or grief from abortion.

Approximate number of babies killed by surgical abortion in the USA since January 22, 1973
48,640,104

From a friend of mine….

The appointment was made and the day came quickly. I don’t remember much before the I.V. I guess the details were small enough that I’ve just forgotten. But the I.V. and the Doctor I will never forget! First of all Helga the blind nurse with a nerve disorder administered my I.V. Some things just stay with you. Her hair was in a bun and she had bumpy lips. I remember her lips so well because I couldn’t understand a word she said which left me watching her mouth when she spoke. I may have been the very first person she ever poked with a needle. read the rest here.

Take some time to look at these sites and support some of them in their battle against this Ungodly act…Abortion

Abort73

CECforLife

Rock For Life

Stand True

Priests for Life

Survivors

Somebody please smack me and tell me why even after a year I still have not bought her CD….

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It’s that time again…interesting stuff on the net…check it out..

  • Victor is have in a ?
  • Pray for Wisdom’s Kids
  • New Star Trek Trailer
  • Mandy gets interviewed
  • Great video collection by Cosima
  • Heath Ledger Died yesterday…Sad story and I am looking forward to seeing him in the Dark Knight Batman movie. Life is too short..make an impact while you can

Top 5 CD’s of the week

January 22, 2008 — 4 Comments

In random order…here they are

1. Natasha Bedingfield: Unwritten (great CD…I wish she was still in Hillsongs London)

2. Misty Edwards: See the way (2 weeks in a row)

3. Mute Math: Mute Math (can’t get enough of Plan B)

4. Kings X: Out of the Silent Planet (here they are again…LOVE EM’)

5. Israel Houghton & New Breed: Live in South Africa (CD is ok but there are a few songs that really tug at me)

What about you guys…conner, mandy, liz, mud, steel, victor, chris etc etc…you know who you are…my cough drop comrades…

FISHERMAN’S FRIEND

are strong menthol lozenges produced in Fleetwood, Lancashire, England.

Fisherman’s Friend were originally developed by a young pharmacist called James Lofthouse in 1865 to relieve various respiratory problems suffered by fishermen working in the extreme conditions of the Icelandic deep-sea fishing grounds. Originally developed as an extremely strong liquid remedy containing menthol and eucalyptus oil, Lofthouse made this liquid into small lozenges which were easier to transport and to administer. According to the manufacturer, the fishermen soon began to refer to the lozenges as their “friends”, hence the name. The lozenges exist in their current form relatively unchanged since their creation. The lozenges still come in their famous paper packets, although these are now foil-lined.

Fisherman’s Friend are now available in over a hundred countries, in a variety of flavours, some of which are only available in certain countries

These things are nasty. They look like dust covered medicine and taste like…cardboard soaked in menthol and spices. Absolutely gross.

So why are they the most important thing in my tool bag. It’s simple. These little NASTY SUCKAS’ have saved my 4 times this year and especially this past sunday. Now you say…why not try halls? Because those taste good but dont work…and try anything else..nope.

These things must scare your throat into not hurting because it doesn’t want to taste them again…

I am writing these guys this week…I need to be sponsored by them and so does conner at worship city.

I think we have given them more press over the year than anybody.

Go get some…these are one of the NASTY gifts from God.