If you don’t know what you’re doing…

Still tweaking this week’s schedule, among other things rearranging things for the ski trip on the weekend (she says as the RAIN is pouring down outside! :$) Hopefully I won’t miss days at a time here again this week, and hopefully I WILL get those sermon notes down!

Not today though. Today we have to go find some ski boots for Sam, while he finishes our church’s new website! (Not that it’s ever really finished–and that’s a good thing.)

I’m thinking our church will be happy if Rej is finished with giving loooong talks about it, in announcement time. Mind you, there seemed to be a pretty good response on Sunday. One dear lady who is over 90, and likely understood nothing of what he was saying, had nothing but praise for him! :D And here I’d been worried about her in particular, knowing that she does find the services long sometimes… Bless her heart. She always has good things to say about the Pastor, too.

It was kind of neat though, how Rej kept referring to “me & my family” as being the ones doing this website-thing. I keep trying to decide if he’s the boss, even though Sam & I are always telling him what to do. ;) But he’s definitely the energy, the enthusiasm–the one putting the bee… whatever that saying is. Not that Sam & I don’t enjoy it, that’s for sure. Sam is doing the bulk of the grunt-work, and my job of course, is to complain every time something looks a little bit crooked. Haha, and I also get to put pictures here and there (after “stealing” them from others, with permission).

Now, since this website has been giving me some extra traffic (since I commented over there with a link to here), it’s time I returned the favour: go see my church! Of course, I’ll be adding it to my links-list.

Links list! That’s what’s still needed on gscc… gotta go! ;)

“If you don’t know what you’re doing, pray to the Father. He loves to help. You’ll get his help, and won’t be condescended to when you ask for it.” (James 1:5)

 

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