Friday, December 26, 2008


Here's another video that a friend shared with us the other day. It's about fifteen minutes long, but it's really amazing. I think I'm starting to hear a call...

Vo-li-tion 1: an act of making a choice or decision.

Life is hard because sin makes it hard. There are certain things that are hard to talk about, because they're real issues that happen to real people. But enough is enough already.

Loving yours,

Other resources can be found at:
Abortion Unfiltered...

Saturday, December 6, 2008

cardboard testimonies.

Hi all, it's the Mrs.

I'm learning a lot of things about God right now and I saw this video that I wanted to be sure and share. Maybe it's "old news" and you've seen it before, I don't know, but it made me bawl my eyes out just a few minutes ago. Sometimes (let's get real - a lot of times) I struggle with not having tangible evidence of Him here with me all the time, but when I get rid of my desire for instant results and wanting life to go as I plan, it's easy for me to see (and not need tangible evidence) that there is a God in control who only wants good things for me. God is so powerful and loving and patient with us and the willingness and ability that he has to restore us, no matter what we're facing in life, is incredible - nothing can compare - seriously.

Cardboard Testimonies from College Park Church on Vimeo.

Friday, December 5, 2008

My Deepest and Most Sincere Apologies...

BUT- I have to say. As an official and public statement, I really don't like it when people have music on their blogs or homepage or FaceSpace or whatever. It's really obnoxious. You click on someone's link to read some humorous anecdote and a couple of seconds later... BLAM! The worst thing you ever heard... oh yeah, and you have to buy me new speakers because mine just blew. Thanks. Then it gets to the point that if you know that they have music, you try to see everything before the music starts, then close the window as quickly as possible. It's a hassle.

So, if you're one of "those," maybe consider not having music, or see if your particular player has an option that won't automatically play when someone loads your page, but that can be played by us.

Thank you for your consideration in this matter,
Scott Rezsnyak