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Friday, October 8, 2010

rabbit trails….

Here and there down the rabbit trails…

1.  EDQUEST – middle school science -

2.  Blessed by the Rawlings Brothers Concert (this group is performing in Sundre soon) - essed-by-rawling-brothers-gospel.html

3.  For the distractible writer (I think that may be me --- lol) -

4.  High impact battle swords (Jordan would love these) -

5.  Many articles I want to read on this list -

6.  A better gift giving guide (loved this article about gift giving) -

7.  Falling behind (home schooling) -

8.  my kids are doing a writing workshop with Sigmund Brouwer this week -

9.  teaching the Bible in oral form -

10.  Communicating the gospel orally  -

11.  Dixon family ministries -

12.  What would Jesus say? -


14.  The name of God -

15.  Everyday homemaking -

you can’t change what you have or haven’t done over the past year…

from Everyday Homemaking:

You can’t change what you have or haven’t done over the past year. Just start where you are, ask the Lord to make you a “joyful mother of children,” pray for grace and wisdom (and strength and patience), and move forward.

Acts 17:26-27

What do you suppose this verse is teaching us from your perspective?

“He determined the times set for [the nations of the earth] and the exact places where they should live. For God did this so that men would seek him and perhaps reach him and find him, though he is not far from each one of us” (Acts 17:26-27 NIV).

Andy had these thoughts -

Give a man a fish versus teaching him to fish????

Dave Black had a thought today -

11:20 AM With some embarrassment and hesitation, let me share with you a crazy thought that occurred to me while writing today:

We spend a lot of time, as writers and teachers, studying the Bible so that others can keep abreast of what thoughts and ideas it contains. Wouldn't it be better, in terms of both efficiency and satisfaction, if they could do it for themselves?

Now, with a bit of irony, it's back to writing....

quote from David Livingstone

Quote of the day:

Send me anywhere, only go with me. Lay any burden on me, only sustain me. Sever me from any tie but the tie that binds me to your service and to your heart.

-- David Livingstone, who walked 29,000 miles in Africa to serve King Jesus.

found here -