Here are some sneak peek pics highlighting the night…
well, the apprehension is here…it’s not wanting at all…the first day of school has always been a challenge for me. I feel as though a wonder woman lunch box and a cabbage patch backpack would be just the pill to make this anxiety decrease to a more manageable level…
the love of my life is speaking tonight…
This picture is from bbc news, it’s a picture of an Iraqi girl filling a bucket from a water tanker in an eastern district of Baghdad…since early June, the city has suffered severe power shortages, causing water crisis in many areas. Water missions such as Water for Life, Blood Water Mission and Water is Basic seek to provide clean drinking water for families, communities and nations facing water shortages and water contamination issues in our world today…it’s real, it’s happening. If we just choose to look past our brita filtered lives…
this monologue is spoken through the good and faithful box of 64…
Today’s my one year anniversary of teaching at the college. I decided to pull my post from a year ago listing the Top 10 things I learned my first week teaching:
So, there you go…the top 10…hopefully, w/in the next week, I’ll try to develop the Top 10 Things I Should Have Learned My First Week Teaching
Mark’s speaking next Sunday night at Sevenoseven…he’s amazing…call me and we can sit together and form a fan group and all wear t-shirts and paint our faces…hmmmm.
Here’s the promo:
::every day, each and every one of us has an opportunity.
::an opportunity to be extraordinary.
::possibly even heroic.::
::from august 26th through september 9th we’ll take a look ::at three figures in the book of judges.::
::gideon. deborah. samson.::
::everyday kinds of people. just like you and me. no one
::would have suspected that these individuals would
::rescue their nation. it would be highly
::unlikely that any of these would
::ever be anything more
::they turned out to be heroes.::