Archive for the 'Testimonies' Category

Well Workplace

Saturday, November 4th, 2006

We had a staff meeting at work yesterday. Not an entire Registration meeting, but the just the people that work under me meeting with the Manager (the next level over me). I think these meetings are going to continue to amaze me. It’s awe-inspiring how much my staff likes working where they work and also […]

The Little Things: Protection

Saturday, March 11th, 2006

Here’s how much I’ve been slacking. This happened two Thursdays ago…that would be March 2nd. I’m just now getting aorund to typing it up. It seems that God likes to work in little ways in my life. I feel amazed that I actually realize His work sometimes. I guess it’s good that He works in […]

S-l-o-w D-o-w-n…

Thursday, September 16th, 2004

Anybody else like little testimonies? I like little testimonies. I don’t necessarily mean short testimonies, but I mean testimonies about the “little things” that God does for you. I like those. If you are ever questioning if the great God of the universe is a personal God, just think of little testimonies. If you can’t […]

“He Hath Made Me Glad”

Thursday, August 12th, 2004

“I will enter His gates with thanksgiving in my heart I will enter his courts with praise I will say this is the day that the Lord has made I will rejoice for he hath made me glad” I wanted to take a moment to rejoice for this very reason. I see that He hath […]

Depressed? NO!

Monday, April 5th, 2004

When I was a pre-teen my mother decided she needed to have a talk with me. Don’t worry; it wasn’t a “birds and bees” talk. She told me that as a teenager, things would happen in my life. She told me I would get depressed and feel sad. She told me that sometimes I would […]

Who’s My Daddy?

Monday, March 22nd, 2004

I never really knew my biological father. My mother was 16 when I was born and she was older than my father. He was obviously not ready to care for a family. His father, my grandfather, didn’t help the situation. He discouraged my father from having anything to do with me. So I had no […]

My Testimony

Saturday, January 3rd, 2004

My main testimony, the one that I should have matured by but am still struggling against goes like this: When I was a young chap, my grandfather used to bring me and my cousins to church every week. Our parents, his children, had nothing at all to do with God, except for my uncle who […]