Being blessed through blessing

TEXT: Ps. 34 (1) 1 I will bless the Lord at all times: His praise shall continually be in my mouth. BR: Ps. 34 1 I will bless the Lord at all times:  His praise shall continually be in my mouth.  2  My soul shall make her boast in the Lord:  The humble shall hear thereof, and be glad.  3  O magnify the Lord with me,  And let us exalt his name together.  4  I sought the Lord, and he heard me,  []

911 Memorial – 1 World Trade Center

During our time in New York, we had the opportunity to visit some of the sights; here’s a few shots of the memorial and museum site of the World Trade Center.  There’s an interesting story behind this firetruck and the team of Ladder 3.  I asked the tour guide about the truck, and that’s all she needed to inspire her to pour out her heart, and tell me the horrific story of this truck.  In short, the firetruck was parked at the base []

A bite of the Big Apple

  Not bad for the first 5 hours in NY!  Rev. Whitlock gave us the grand tour Friday evening.  The first ‘culture shock’ experiment was that Pastrami 1\2 sandwich you see:  the most awesome sandwich on Earth; I discovered it myself…Friday Night!  Fellowship Meeting today was great,  as lots of people showed up and we had a wonderful time. Our NY cultural shock for Saturday was ‘The Shake Shack’…best HAMBURGER on Earth!  And the shakes are frozen Custard 😎

As far as the East

Well, in spite of challenges with iPad blogging and iPhone photos, I’m getting the hang of this.  I left my laptop home, figuring I would blog with these other devices, only to discover that I didn’t know how to do it!  Anyway, my wife and I left Seattle around 3pm, and made it to Newark, NJ, after flying all evening on Tuesday.  We didn’t get to the hotel until 2am, due to the old outdated airport with its slow moving train and []


Think about it.  Millions cross paths each day in airports throughout the world. Except for some turn of events, most of them will never meet each other.  A few might exchange fleeting frowns over a bumped bag;  there will be conversations at cash registers and ticket lines;  and then there’s the occasional eye contact accompanied by a brief smile.  But who will find a new life long friend?  I wonder at some ocean waves, how they rush toward the shore, then suddenly retreat.  In this []