You normally don't come out of a holiday weekend exclaiming that you survived but that is the case we our family. Besides having a packed schedule with activities and events I also spoke at church on Sunday morning as well as the prison on Sunday night. We were really looking forward to everything that was … Continue reading Is The Weekend Over?
I cannot wait until this allergy season ends. Hopefully this weeks rain and today's strong winds will bow al the pollen out of here. Yesterday I passed out coughing. Totally freaked Jen out and it didn't help we were at a restaurant with a friend. I am so tired of hacking, sinues draining, and my … Continue reading Stupid Allergies
LA Times came out with an article today proving that UCLA is the best sports university in the universe. They will break the century barrier this spring for national titles. Some sport like softball or water polo is going to win the schools 100th national championship. Of course that honor could've gone to the basketball … Continue reading This Only Proves It
My wife recently planted a garden in hopes that we can make fresh salsa this summer. Now understand that salsa can actually act as a meal at our house (yesterday I got away with only chips and salsa for lunch) so it ranks pretty high on the food chain. Yesterday morning I was on the … Continue reading Caleb two, Garden Zero
The room our children sleep in is a fish bowl. On the two walls that face out there is three good sized windows. They are also the the room closest to the street so they often get woken up by a loud noise or bright lights. With the time change their room gets flooded with … Continue reading The Black Hole
One of theblogs I read consistently is by a guy named Perry Noble. He started a college ministry a few years ago and it spawned a church that in a very short time has grown to 6,000. He speaks with honesty and truth and his post on money is something we should read all the … Continue reading A Good Reminder
Pastor had a good message about parenting yesterday. Speaking out of Judges 10 he showed that when you don't lay down a foundation of discipline you will stry from God. Tola had thirty sons who were spoiled and after Tola died Israel turned from the Lord and worshipped the idols of Baal. Tola's grandfather was … Continue reading Don’t be a Dodo
Yesterday we had our annual sign upn for our Summer Small Groups and it totally rocked. Pastor Dave and Alice Salazar had our foyer looking like the party it was. Besides my zone being given the color purple it was an awesome morning. We had over thirty people sign up for one group. That sent … Continue reading My Zone Rocks!
As you know the Davinci Code movie comes out today. Amid all the controversay and hoopla there are some good resources out there to help you make sense of it all. Click on the following links Fast Facts on the Davinci Code Movie Reviews Calvary Chapel is doing a seminar on the movie next Wednesday … Continue reading Good Davinci Resources
On the font page of the LA Times this morning is an article on how the church is using the digital age to reach new people for Christ. Some churches are doing a good work with it. It gives you a good perspective on what is happening. Read the article here: God's Call Comes by … Continue reading God Featured in the LA Times