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Blessed are those who keep the word!

“And he [Jesus] said, “Blessed rather are those who hear the word of God and keep it!”” (ESV)

Luke 11:28

I pray that everyone who is reading this knows what it feels like to have God call on them for something. I pray you are used to hearing God speak, more so I pray that you respond when God speaks to you.

Let me say that over the last 6 months, I have begun to listen to God and try and be faithful to Him by responding quickly to what He is telling me. As there are things He has revealed to me that are still in the working cycle, some things are much more immediate. Recently I felt God calling me to do something fairly outrageous for me. He wanted me to sit down and do something that was just beyond my imagination for things I would ever do in my life. I must say that when God showed me what He wanted me to do, I got pretty excited about it. I got started on it and I can now tell you that I have finished “phase 1” of my assignment. A new type of joy welled up inside of me last night as I put the finishing touches on this little project. A lot more has to happen with it, but how blessed I am to be a part of what God is doing in my little corner of the world. I hope you have experienced God’s blessings in your life and when you do, be sure you give Him praise for it! Our God is a God who loves and cares for His people and He ALWAYS stays faithful to us (Isaiah 40:28). Remember when you hear God speak, be sure to respond as quickly as you can.

*i know some of my posts are pretty candid as of late. stay tuned and when the time is right you will be showered with a plethora of information as it pertains to my walk in the Father. Thank you for reading and being patient with me! 🙂


RushHour Feb 2009

Tonight I was honored to be a part of the LifePoint Student Ministry outreach event for middle school students. Our events are called RushHour and tonights theme was “Iced Out.” There was an ice carver, snow cones, ice cream, huge inflatables, you get the idea. Basically this is all done for one major reason: to bring lost students to church. We encourage students to invest in and invite other students who do not regularly attend church here or elsewhere.

We do all of this listed above so that we can make all students as comfortable as possible, then we sit em down and preach the gospel. Chris Hollomon did a phenomonal job bringing the Word tonight. The best part of it all? We regularly have between 300-500 students on wednesday nights, when you combine middle and high school. Tonight? We had over 400 middle students alone!!! How many lost people got to hear God’s word tonight!?!?!? Awesome job students and Praise God the Father for stirring in the hearts of LifePoint Church.