Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Happy New Year!!

It's the close of another year.

Looking forward to a new year.

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 Until next time... JenT

Monday, December 30, 2013



...you just have to give to those less fortunate.

An update on giving out Christmas boxes this past year.


Until next time... JenT

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Merry Christmas, ya'll

Merry_christmas : Embroidered Merry Christmas card, vector Eps10 image.

Merry Christmas, ya'll!!

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Friday, December 6, 2013

kids' fun

 How many kids does it take to wash the dishes? lol

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Thursday, December 5, 2013

just because

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change...it happens

Times change.

People change.

I've changed.

Have you?

Do you ever sit back and think about your life?  What were you doing ten years ago that you wouldn't dream of doing today?  Five years?  One?

How has your thinking changed?  How has your view of this world changed?  Of people?  Of events?  Of policies?  Of anything?

Most people want to improve themself.  Do you think you've improved?

Have you changed any habits or a way of thinking about a certain topic?

I have.

It's called growth.

You grow and change.  Hopefully it's to become more like Christ. 

If not, what is stopping you?  What is holding you back from making those choices that will grow you?

Until next time...


Wednesday, December 4, 2013

are you a pancreas or kidney?

You hear church members talk about the glorious parts of the body (the body of Christ; the church).  Ever been in a debate on what body part you are?

"I think I'm the feet.  I'm always going out telling others of Christ."


"I must be the hands.  I give a lot."

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"I'm the eyes.  I see the needs of others."

All well and good.  But ever notice how it's always the parts that we see?  The "pretty" parts?

Also have you noticed that it's always parts that we can live without?  It would be difficult to be deaf, blind, crippled, without hands.  But you can actually LIVE without those things.

What about your kidneys?  (Both of them).

 Human Anatomy: Antererior View of the Liver

Your liver?

 picture of human pancreas

Your pancreas?

When was the last time you heard someone say.  "Well, I'm the liver."  
Who claims these parts?  The unsightly, "ugly" parts.  You can't live without them.  You can have a transplant, sure.  But if you are in a wreck and one of those is damaged, it's a life-threatening situation.

Just how important are those parts?

So...what are you in the body of Christ?

Until next time...