Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Remembering Richard Harris - "Dumbledore"

The acclaimed actor Richard Harris died on this date in 2002. I most remember him as "Dumbledore" in the first two Harry Potter films. He starred in many films from Camelot, Clint Eastwood's The Unforgiven, to Gladiator, and many more.

Here is a scene from Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone


Here is a tribute to Richard Harris




Because I enjoyed the Harry Potter series so much here are scenes showing both "Dumbledores".

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Remembering John Denver

John Denver died in a plane crash on this date in 1997. I absolutely love his music so I thought I would post a little of his music to remember him.



Sunday, August 14, 2011

Abortion Mill Workers Defiling Crosses



This is more proof that abortion workers are anti-Christian and working for the Devil.

H/T ENDRENOABORTION 




Sunday, May 8, 2011

Jesus, Why?

This poem is dedicated to all those women who suffer from infertility.

Jesus, we know you care but I ask, why?
Our hearts ache for the pitter patter of little feet but none so far...
Jesus, we know you are omniscient and omnipotent but I ask, why?
We follow your will and wish more than ever to be blessed with a little one but none so far ...
Jesus, we know you have a master plan for each of us that may lead us upon a different path than motherhood but we ask, why? 

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Happy Easter - Jesus is Risen!



Rebecca Hagelin explains that Easter is about much more than bunnies and Easter eggs.  She explains that a study reveals, sadly, that while 67 percent of those polled believe that Easter is a religious holiday only 42 percent recognized it as the feast of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Rebecca said:
 "That’s partly the fault of believers like me. Those of us who believe in the resurrection too often fail to explain the reason for our joy — Christ died and rose to conquer sin and death. His resurrection saved each of us personally and won for us eternal life with Him. But too often we fail to share that truth with others, even at Easter time — when they might be most receptive to the message." 


Have Christians been too private in their faith?  If so, do you think this has played a role in the lack of knowledge that people have of Easter being about the resurrection of Jesus? 


 Rebecca Hagelin's article is here




Wednesday, March 16, 2011

More Precious Than Silver

From LynnDeShazo.com:


Lynn DeShazo is the author of some of the Church's most loved worship songs of today, many of which have been featured on the live praise and worship recordings produced by Integrity Media.

Lynn is best known for such songs as "More Precious Than Silver," "Lead Me to the Rock," "Turn My Heart," "Be Magnified," "Be Unto Your Name," "Stand Up and Give Him the Praise," "In Your Presence, O God," and "Ancient Words."

Her songs have been performed by a diverse and distinguished group of worship leaders and vocalists that have graced the popular Integrity's Hosanna! Music series from its inception. They include Leanne Albrecht, Rita Baloche, LaMar Boschman, Scott Wesley Brown, Travis Cottrell, Brian Doerksen, the Women of Faith worship team, Bob Fitts, Kent Henry, Graham Kendrick, Robin Mark, Don Moen, Marty Nystrom, Ross Parsley, Randy Rothwell, Paul Wilbur, and Kelly Willard. Her songs have also found their way onto countless other worship recordings, including independent productions as well as the works of artists such as Fred Hammond, Kim Hill, Israel Houghton, Michael W. Smith and John Tesh..

Here is Lynn on her new book:


More Precious Than Silver by Lynn DeShazo from WinePress Publishing on Vimeo.


Here is one song that she wrote - More Precious Than Silver:

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Open Thread: Do you consider Abortion a War on Human Beings?

In a recent debate one of my friends on Facebook stated that he doesn't consider abortion to be a type of war. He doesn't even think abortion should be compared to slavery or The Holocaust.  Over a million innocent human  beings have been killed every year by abortions since Roe Vs. Wade.  Abortionists may not use a weapon like rifles or guns but their weapons of choice is a pair of forceps and drugs which are used to kill innocent human life.  I am not sure how someone who is pro-life would think that over one million murdered unborn babies per year should not be compared to The Holocaust.  He thinks abortion is a holocaust but shouldn't be compared to The Holocaust. I think that abortion is worse than slavery.  While some slaves were victims of murder many were not.  The treatment of slaves was horrible but many were not killed so I don't see how slavery even comes close to the horrific nature of abortion.    Do you think abortion is a type of war?  Do you think abortion is considered a type of holocaust? Or compared to slavery?  Should abortion be compared to The Holocaust?

Saturday, February 5, 2011

The Grace Card Trailer



This movie looks very inspirational and has a positive message.  I'm adding this to my list of movies to see.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Pharaoh Pharaoh Let My People Go!

I think that this video is apropos with all the chaos that's happening in Egypt

Monday, January 24, 2011

Watching March For Life Live Now

I have had the wonderful opportunity of attending the March For Life many times in past years and am wishing that I could be there today.   I am watching live here.



Let us continue today and always to pray for the protection of our unborn children.

Friday, January 21, 2011

"I'm a Believer" by The Monkeys

I was watching Fox & Friends this morning when they highlighted The Monkeys song called, "I'm a Believer"  and although I can't find evidence of this I believe they mentioned that on this date in 1967 was the first day this song topped the music charts.  It wasn't the release date, or if it was then Wikipedia has gotten their information wrong. I have always enjoyed listening to The Monkeys. Enjoy the music!

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Cool Scene from LOTR - Legolas Versus the Oliphant


I always enjoy watching the Lord of The Rings. LOTR is one of my favorite movies of all-time.  A couple days ago was Orlando Bloom's birthday, who played Legolas in the LOTR so I found a pretty cool fight scene from Lord of the Rings to post.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Happy Birthday Naomi Judd

From Biography.comBorn Diana Ellen Judd on January 11, 1946 in Ashland, Kentucky. The daughter of a gas station owner and riverboat cook, Judd found herself a single mother raising two little girls at a young age. She worked several jobs to support her family, including being a nurse, secretary, waitress and clerk, before she and her daughter Wynonna formed The Judds. The group would go on to become country music's most successful mother-daughter duo. Her second daughter, Ashley Judd, became an acclaimed film actress.


Here is some music by The Judds, called Grandpa Tell Me About The Good Old Days






Friday, January 7, 2011

Edmund Burke on the Religious Animal



"Man is by his constitution a religious animal; atheism is against not only our reason, but our instincts." 
By: Edmund Burke




I found this quote by Edmund Burke on religion and the human person very interesting. I agree with it.  I think to reject religion is to reject a part of self.  I think that is why a majority of atheists have a lot of trouble with the concept of morality and the belief of moral absolutism. I think religion and God is embedded not only within each of our souls but that it is also in our DNA to be a religious people. 



Saturday, January 1, 2011

Happy New Year! - With a little bit of Super Mario



Wishing everyone blessings, and a happy & healthy New Year!! 

Here is a video of a violinist playing the Super Mario theme which I thought was cool.