A Sunday Afternoon…

In Minnesota:

I am studying ::: (sort of)

Drinking some hot chocolate ::: (because it’s freezing here!)

And I’m watching football. Overall it’s not a bad Sunday afternoon.

I miss home ALOT and I’m ready to get back, but it could be worse. I’m thankful for the opportunity, (plus this hotel bed is really comfortable).

Oh yeah….it’s SNOWING here too! SNOW! Can you believe it?

Are you jealous?

andy ::

About andy

I like to talk, I like to write. I like to share. This blog lets me do those things. It's just my thoughts, things that happen to me. I'm a pastor and the director of a non-profit organization called Refuge Ministries. (By the way, the thoughts shared on this blog are in no way associated with Refuge, they are just mine...so, don't get upset).
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1 Response to A Sunday Afternoon…

  1. David says:

    Greetings,
    I hope that you are Enjoying the Beginning of this week and i know that all things worked well for you last weekend?.The Lord is starting with us this week with Psalm 121 and take your time to study that Verse and Pray.I am wishing you a Wonderful week filled with Gods Blessings and Favour all through and as we End September to Enter into our October,Know that All that you couldn’t achieve in the Months Past that God has brought them to you as you wait and depend on him.

    Welcome to the week of Favour,Goodness and Grace and May all things be made known to you.May your eyes be open to the Wonderful thing that God has in store for you Amen!!I am Praying for you.

    My Birth day comes up on the 7th of October 2009,I am adding another year to my year….Glory to God who has kept me all this Years!!1 i feel excited…ask me how old i will be and i will tell you…lol.Be praying for me for i want God to use me the more to affect my generation as i pray for you too.

    THE LAW OF TEAMWORK
    Relationships flourish in proportion to the teamwork approach of each person.
    In relationships we do not lose individuality, but we must lose individualism. Individuality is our personal uniqueness, while individualism is a bent to hyperindependent behavior. Many in Relationship Prison have not understood or embraced this fine distinction.
    A relationship is a team in every way imaginable, and the goal is for the team to win. When the team wins, each team member wins. Everything–literally everything–that is felt, thought, said, or done must be in consideration of our teammate. This is often a struggle for alpha males in marriage, whose tendency is toward a detached lifestyle and individualistic decision-making. However, through repentance, truth, and Spirit-powered rehabituation, he can become the interdependent team-player God commands him to be. Philippians 2:2-4: Then make my joy complete by being like-minded, having the same love, being one in spirit and purpose. Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves. Each of you should look not only to your own interests, but also to the interests of others.

    Have a Blessed week Ahead!!!
    God bless and be with you
    Pastor David C.A
    http://www.bibletruthchurch.homestead.com
    +2348060630630(its a Mobile phone and you cand send me sms and i will reply you)

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