Showing posts from November, 2012

Celebrate Christmas on the West Coast with Michael W. Smith

Celebrate Christmas on the West Coast with Michael W. Smith! This Sunday November 25th, Monday November, 26th, and Tuesday, November 27th. Click on the link for ticket prices and locations:

God Answered Our Prayers On Election Night!

Our prayers were answered with the election November 6, 2012.  Let me explain where I’m coming from.  No, the election didn’t turn out the way I had hoped.  In fact, as I prayed before the election it was difficult for me to say, “May Your Will be done.”  And when I did say it, I followed it with, “but please let it be Romney.”  But it wasn’t to be.  Personally, with this election, I believe America just committed suicide as a country.  The greatest and freest country the world has ever known, has willingly and with forethought, given away too much of its freedom to the government and to rest of the world.  I don’t want to go into detail why I believe this, because it will distract from the lesson God taught me through this election.   But I believe our days as a free nation are numbered.  I was feeling sorry for myself (and my country) just after the election while feeding my dog. Trooper is a cute little black pug who really gets excited when I feed him.  So as

Stuff You Need to Know About Teens and Social Networking!

Stuff You Need to Know About Teens  and Social Networking! By Sarah B. Weir, Yahoo! blogger | Parenting  – Tue, Aug 16, 2011 9:31 PM EDT 
 It’s 10 pm, do you know where your children are? Whether at home or out, odds are they are online and social networking. Even if parents do see what their kids post, they might not understand how living life online actually feels. Facebook Me , an original play written and performed by teens at the upcoming New York International Fringe Festival is a revealing exploration of what's going on behind millions of young people's computer screens. I recently sat down with the cast (whose names have been changed below) and asked them to share about their experiences with social networking. I also spoke with a professor specializing in the psychology of technology, who offers some timely advice for parents. What the kids had to say: "There's more 'life' happening online than offline. If you are not online, you