Showing posts from August, 2007

It'll Make a Good Blog Entry

Photo:Our Pastor's daughter's wedding. These two met on a plane and instead of having a regular guest-book they had people dress in travel paraphernalia and put all the pictures in an album. How fun and unique! Denbigh now wants a fedora. This blog is updated each Tuesday. Picture it with me. It's a lovely Friday. I am glancing over some notes for an eschatology question and answer session and starting to work on a talk for a retreat in a few weeks. I have on great jeans and a cute top from Cold Water Creek. These things help me study. :-) I have this habit of saying sassy (the funny kind) things to my husband and running off. That Friday I did that very thing. . .and I caught my toe on the baby bouncer and snap! Toe broke. Eschatology thing went well after that (in my opinion). It's 9:30 p.m. and I pick up my friend Christine to go to Samaj's birthday party. One block away a belt breaks on my car.( Denbigh was leading worship at T Bar M). There we are stranded on a

Where The Rubber Meets The Road

The saying Where the rubber meets the road came to mind when I was trying to come up with a name for this post of prayer requests. Then I had to see what it meant. I figured it meant where the tires hit the pavement and we get going ( I am ready to go!) Here's what I found: "Where the rubber meets the road is the most important point for something, the moment of truth . An athlete can train all day, but the race is where the rubber meets the road and they'll know how good they really are." Another thought: I have heard many a sermon about why we sometimes don't hear from God. It's our sin. We're not listening..etc. Do you ever wonder if God seems silent sometimes so that we can understand the sacrifice of loneliness and desolation Christ faced on the cross for us? Doesn't that silence render you desperately thirsty for God? Just a thought. Maybe in your next period of silence you can praise Christ for enduring the seperation for our salvation. Okay, p

How It Plays Out

This blog is updated each Tuesday. Do you ever feel like God is shaking things up (mostly you)? I feel that way. I just ended a seasonal job for the Lord. As soon as it ended, a whirlwind of spiritual activity ensued. I found myself surrounded by prophets the other day and I said, "why don't we pray together? Oh, LORD! Women have been rising up out of the ashes around here ready to serve and excited about the Lord. What was my seasonal task? Two saints that God recently swept from my hand. He just wanted to love them. What happened to me was that I learned to love. He showed me that He was willing to put my entire life on hold to make sure that these two women were sought after and tenderly restored. The reason why I figure is that they have a powerful and exhausting work ahead of them. May the elation of it all thrill you, my sisters. God has a powerful work for your lives. Do not lose sight of that. I miss you both terribly. Emily, as you wonder what is going on in South Afr

Denbigh Cherry Videos

Denbigh just uploaded some of the footage from the Austin Artist's Showcase at Riverbend Church put on by 102.3 The River. Here is one of the videos. Enjoy. Click here to check out all the videos.


Do you notice that Christians more often than not look like Bridezilla instead of the Bride of Christ? That's it. I am just praying repentance for the people of God. Here's Laomai: Miss Cherry Pants Sleeping with Tiger Lily