Archive for August, 2006

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Wny I love my church

August 31, 2006

Herald-Leader photo Charles Bertram/Staff
We have attended Southland for a couple of years now and everyday I can always find something new I love about the church. I seen this picture in the local paper today along with a story that mentioned our church and about 50 of our staff going out while the families of Comair flight 5191 headed to the crash scene for the first time.

Fifty-two staff members from Southland Christian Church got out and stood alongside the six-lane stretch of road holding their signs. As the procession passed by, family members could be seen inside the busses dabbing their eyes.

Jon Weece, senior pastor for the city’s largest congregation, said the staff sought to show their support.

“We just want this to stand for itself,” Weece said.

Quote taken from the Lexington Herald-Leader.

52 people took time from their work and made it known to 49 families that we love them and we are there for them. Our mission statement is simple “Love God, Love People”.

I love Southland.

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Do the shuffle

August 31, 2006

Jason Powell posted about playing “Do the Shuffle” where you start your music player and set it to shuffle and then list the first 15 songs. So I thought I would post mine here as well as in his. Rules are simple, just list the song and you can’t be embarrassed about the song. If it comes up, you must list it.

Every Move I Make – David Ruis
Lose This Life- Tait
I Saw The Light- David Crowder Band
Who Am I- Casting Crowns
Open the Eyes of My Heart – Paul Baloche
Who’s Your Daddy? – Toby Keith
Go Tell It On The Mountain – Ginny Owens feauting George Rowe
Blessed Be Your Name- Three63
Jesus To The World- Newsong
Mr. Brownstone- Guns N’ Roses
Life in the Fast Lane- The Eagles
Love Came Just In Time – Taylor Sorensen/Alathea
Step up to the Microphone- Newsboys
Facts Are Facts – Steven Curtis Chapman
Wide Open- Newsong

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Do the shuffle

August 31, 2006

Jason Powell posted about playing “Do the Shuffle” where you start your music player and set it to shuffle and then list the first 15 songs. So I thought I would post mine here as well as in his. Rules are simple, just list the song and you can’t be embarrassed about the song. If it comes up, you must list it.

Every Move I Make – David Ruis
Lose This Life- Tait
I Saw The Light- David Crowder Band
Who Am I- Casting Crowns
Open the Eyes of My Heart – Paul Baloche
Who’s Your Daddy? – Toby Keith
Go Tell It On The Mountain – Ginny Owens feauting George Rowe
Blessed Be Your Name- Three63
Jesus To The World- Newsong
Mr. Brownstone- Guns N’ Roses
Life in the Fast Lane- The Eagles
Love Came Just In Time – Taylor Sorensen/Alathea
Step up to the Microphone- Newsboys
Facts Are Facts – Steven Curtis Chapman
Wide Open- Newsong

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Dinner time

August 31, 2006

Got to have dinner with Jim from Churchtechmatters.com this evening. He was in town for business so we met for pizza. It was good to met someone from the blogging world. It was good to just sit and fellowship and learn about someone who has faced the same things in life you had. Interesting to learn how much we have in common. The pizza was a bit spicier than Jim thought it would be. I told you Jim, it was spicy. 🙂

dj

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Skype and free business cards

August 24, 2006

If you are a Skype user and need business cards, Skype has teamed up with Vistaprint to offer free business cards where you can put your Skype username on the card. I know Vistaprint offers free cards on a regular basis, but they are also offering Skype users a 25% discount on all other products. You can read more about it here.

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Still Missing

August 22, 2006

Michelle Malkin blogged today about the two Fox Journalist that are still being held captive in the Gaza Strip and asked for people to blog about them still missing as a reminder to their families that they are still remembered. You can read her post here.

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Thunderbird test

August 19, 2006

I’m setting up a new computer for my parents and testing RSS feeds in Thunderbird for them. Have a great weekend.

dj