The Flip Side of Dating.

>> Saturday, November 24, 2012

This is a must see video. It is sooo funny. Image if the shoe was on the other foot when it comes to dating. Just click below.


Oldest Married Couple's Motto

>> Friday, November 16, 2012

*My younger sister sent me a text with a picture of the oldest known married couple, living today. When asked for advice and secret to their marriage this was their reply:

"In our day when something was broken we fixed it, not throw it away."

During an interview, this is the answer they gave the interviewer when asked about the most important thing when having a bad day in the relationship:

"Remember marriage is not a contest – never keep a score. God has put the two of you together on the same team to win."

When asked during that same interview about fighting they said:

"NEVER physically! Agree that it’s okay to disagree, & fight for what really matters. Learn to bend – not break!"

For the full interview click HERE.

 Herbert and Zelmyra Fisher of North Carolina.


Chris August-"Center Of It"

>> Monday, November 05, 2012


Lesson in Today's Sunday Service

>> Sunday, November 04, 2012

Hope you enjoyed the anniversary blog party. To see the beginning, just scroll down and click "older posts" at the bottom of the screen.

I attend an amazing church and today was Teen Sunday, which meant teenagers led the service. What a fabulous job they did. There were videos, singing, comedy, and an amazing play. It was the message that was taught by three young men with different styles. I loved that at such a young age they were brutally honest about their life.

What I learned from them was that I have the wrong definition of Love. My definition will have to be redefined. I thought love was reciprocal and that when you give 100% the other person should give 100% as well. I have discovered that Jesus definition of Love is, you give 100% even if the other person does not express love back. This is the true sacrifice of Love. You love even if the other person does not. This is true Love. If your love is conditional on what you get in return, this is not true love.

Mind blowing isn't it? If you think about it even deeper on a spiritual level, God loves us, even when we do not love him. It reminds me of a scripture I learned in college, Romans 5:6-8. Basically it says, even though we did not know God/Christ, he helped us and sacrificed his life for us and that God/Christ showed the extent of his love for us even when we rejected him. We all know rejection hurts. Who would continue to love after being rejected. This is what I learned today; True Love continues to love your child, your teenager, your mother and father, your relatives and your spouse, even when their love does not add up to your expectations.