Today, I have a few links for you to click in your spare time. (ha ha)
My friend Stephanie posted these on her blog yesterday, and I felt compelled to share them. I Am Second is an amazing site full of testimonies of all kinds of people, showing how in their lives, they are second to God. I haven't had time to search the site (but, oh, I look forward to it!), but here are two interviews to get you started:
Jason Castro from American Idol--I wasn't the biggest fan of his (sorry, Steph) last year, but this video really changed my view of him. What a cool guy! I got teary-eyed while I watched this.
John Meador--This is our former pastor. He left our church in 2006 to pastor First Baptist Church in Euless, Texas. He was the pastor of our church, Woodland Park Baptist here in Chattanooga the first few years of our marriage into the birth of our first son. He is sorely missed.
Click their names to watch a short video on their story. They are both moving testimonies of Christ's undeniable love and power.
Lastly, I wanted you to know about this publication I’m a part of called Serious.Life Magazine. They just published the March issue today, and I am in their Featured Blog Directory. It’s a very high quality magazine…you’ll really like it.
The magazine includes a lot of great content from bloggers you’ll appreciate, as well as great features, photos and other content. The magazine is owned and published by a family who have seven kids, three adopted and one who has Leukemia (www.riggsfamilyblog.com). The magazine gives away a bunch of ads to charities and ministries. Besides great articles on interesting people, there is a lot about family, adoption, personal finance, spiritual life, humor… all sorts of “life” topics.
Again, the subscription is FREE, and I know you’ll enjoy the magazine, so take a minute to check it out and sign up to get future issues. www.seriouslifemagazine.com
That's all for today. Please let me know how you liked (or didn't!) any or all of that. :)
I am still trying to come up with a good Wordless Wednesday picture. Too bad the Snotty Masterpiece of 2009 has been posted already. There truly are no words for that one.