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Happy Father's Day !!

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Father's Day - June 19, 2011


A dad is someone who
wants to catch you before you fall
but instead picks you up,
brushes you off,
and lets you try again.

A dad is someone who
wants to keep you from making mistakes
but instead lets you find your own way,
even though his heart breaks in silence
when you get hurt.

A dad is someone who
holds you when you cry,
scolds you when you break the rules,
shines with pride when you succeed,
and has faith in you even when you fail..

Powerful Poem " I will wait for you" performed by Janette Ikz PC4M Poet

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Janette Ikz is an amazing poet from California , who is encouraging many young men and women to wait on the lord. She quotes many scriptures from the bible referring them ,to real life relationships and obstacles .We were really touched by her words because they were so powerful and REAL!.


Here are a few lines from her poem that we absolutely loved!!


"Reminded of Solomons wisdom,your ability to lead will remind me of Moses, your faith will remind me of Abraham, your confidence in Gods Words will remind me of Daniel, your inspiration will remind me of Paul, your heart for God will remind me of David, your attention to detail will remind me of Noah, your integrity will remind me of Joseph, your abililty to abandon your own will will remind me of the disciples, but your ability to love selflessly and unconditionally will remind me of Christ!


"You will find where the boldness of Esther, meets the warm closeness nice of Ruth where the hospitality of Lydia is aligned with the submission of Mary which is engulfed in the tears of a praying Hanna I will be the one drenched in Proverbs 31


Check it out


"I will wait for you"

Are you Keeping in Touch ?

Thursday, June 9, 2011


 
“Let’s keep in touch!” “We should do lunch!” “Give me a call sometime!” Ah, yes. These lovely phrases are the proverbial dime-a-dozen. Many people say these things with amazing frequency and without ever actually acting on them. We are all guilty lolAnd it’s no wonder why. If someone was to actually act on all of these phrases, they’d have a full-time job just dedicated to keeping in touch with everyone in their personal and professional networks. (Yet another reminder of why sincerity should always be the rule of the game).
So what are some fun ways to keep in touch with family and friends without feeling over-extended? Hopefully one, some, or all of the following ideas will strike your fancy.
1. Pick up the phone. You don’t have to talk for hours – but sometimes just hearing your loved one’s voice makes all those miles between you disappear (at least for a little while). Call loved ones whenever you can.
2. Fire up your computer and send off some meaningful emails. Regularly. A thoughtful message – no matter how brief – goes a long way.
3. Write and mail handwritten letters. These are an anomaly today and because they are so few and far between, the special factor is especially high. So don’t be shy about penning your thanks, love, encouragement, or hellos at least once a week. Each note can be brief or lengthy, and should always be sincere. Ten minutes tops, and your letter is good to go. To start, send a note to one person this week. Send another letter to someone else next week. Do the same three weeks from now, and four weeks from now, and five weeks from now, and…
4. Send the occasional care package – especially when it’s least expected. These packages are a great opportunity to let your creativity soar, and they can be theme-based or filled with a variety of odds and ends. Some fun ideas for the contents include: an interesting bumper sticker, colorful striped socks, a travel-size game, two hot pink pens, and Cracker Jack.
5. Along these lines, consider setting up a group page on Facebook and inviting specific individuals to join this group online. There you can post photos, share comments, and stay connected in real time.


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