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  • Monday, February 19, 2018

    Do you ever think of odd questions? We are both “those kids.” You know, the ones who had all the weird questions?!

    And the question came up today…does Jesus sing? I mean, we know that God sings over us, but are there any scriptures that talk about Jesus singing?

    Pastor Craig called in and said “Yes! Jesus does sing!” Matthew 26:30 says “Then they sang a hymn and went out to the Mount of Olives.”

    Isn't that a beautiful picture? You can probably picture Jesus healing, preaching or praying, because we have many scriptures that talk about that, but you have probably never pictured him singing.

    But, now we know that he did! Jesus sings.

       

  • Sunday, February 18, 2018

    If you have not heard, the guys in Sidewalk Prophets hit the road for their new tour just a couple weeks ago, and two days into it the trailer that carries most of their gear behind the tour bus caught fire while traveling down the interstate in Oklahoma.  The trailer and the gear were a complete loss, nearly $100,000 up in smoke.  

    It was heart wrenching, they had considered turning the bus toward home and canceling the tour, but after spending time in prayer, their road manager Ben felt God was calling them to go on and see what God did along the way.  Well needless to say they have been blown away by how many have come to the rescue, from fans to fellow musicians like Matthew West, Casting Crowns and more, God has provided in so many ways.  Fans have donated money and God has nearly provided all that they lost in just a week's time.

    They paid a visit to the K-LOVE studios, we caught up with them and lead singer, Dave Frey, shared the good news with the K-LOVE staff while leading worship. Their story is a great reminder that God has a plan even in the challenges that we face, as our job is simply to trust Him!

  • Sunday, February 18, 2018

    I know it may it may sound a bit strange, but I hope you will give just a minute to explain how losing my dog yesterday taught me an important lesson about the school shooting in Florida.  God will sometimes use  the most unusual things to teach us an important lesson.

    Yesterday we had to put our dog Bruno down, he had brain cancer and inoperable tumor; he was 11 and was very much a part of our family.  Saying goodbye was heart wrenching, as my wife, daughter and I were holding Bruno in our arms and saying our goodbyes waiting for the vet to arrive, we were, needless to say, a mess.  That's when it hit me, I said, "can you imagine what the families are feeling in Parkland after the school shooting?", the sound of silence was deafening.

    The broken heartedness that we were feeling losing Bruno, allowed us to imagine how much worse it was for families who had lost a child, a spouse or a friend. It struck such a cord in me, that I went away after we had finished with Bruno to pray, to really plead with God, for the families who were devastated by the tragedy in South Florida.

    We often have the best of intentions in situations like this, but if you're anything like me, sometimes you fail at following through like you should.  This taught me the 'importance of the pause'; when we see things like this happen, it is good for us to pause long enough and really ponder how families are feeling, to imagine ourselves in their shoes, it doesn't take long, but just long enough.  When we do, then we can really pray like we should for those who are hurting; it doesn't take long, it just takes having heart for the hurting.