Thank you so much for praying for our night of recording. The Lord blessed and much was accomplished even after a rusty start. We have much of the recording done and there’s just a few vocals to finish up. Lord willing, we will be heading back a week from Monday to finish all of the recording and then the mixing process will start.
â€œMake a joyful noise unto the LORD, all the earth: make a loud noise, and rejoice, and sing praise.â€Â (Psalms 98:4)
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“It [Redeeming the Time] was very, very helpful. Our lives are completely changed. I keep wondering if I am going to die soon or if something bad is going to happen, because it is as if somehow life is not supposed to be this good.” A Dad
“Redeeming the time, because the days are evil” (Ephesians 5:16).
We wanted to let our blog readers know that Steveâ€™s â€œprojectâ€ that caused him to miss being able to write two Dadâ€™s Corners is now available. For some time, Steve has had a burden on his heart for helping busy, time-pressured, and often stressed Christian dads be all that God has called them to be. In addition, requests for information on time management for men come to us regularly.
This book is designed not only to help a man manage his time, but also to allow him to fulfill his calling as a husband and father in Christ Jesus. We are excited about the feedback we received from the men who read Steveâ€™s manuscript.
Even though we arenâ€™t announcing the book in our Corners mailing yet, we know that some of our blog readers are anxiously awaiting Sarahâ€™s Moody book completion. Because some of you might want Steveâ€™s book as well, we thought we should let you know since shipping is less expensive when you get the two books in one order.Â We didnâ€™t want you to order Sarahâ€™s book, pay shipping, and then when we announced Steveâ€™s book order that and pay shipping again.
It has been a challenging last week (really several weeks!), but as Dad encourages us, God IS good all of the time! We have had many opportunities to rest in Jesus, and we praise Him for all that He has been doing and continues to do.
The “main” event this past week was the bus emergency (a forthcoming post on that one!). I was talking to a friend in Canada on the phone today, and she asked how we were. As I told her what had been going on, she said the Lord had prompted her to pray for us this last week. She didn’t know why, but she obeyed, and prayed often for our family! Wow! We were very touched that the Lord had moved in her heart, leading her to pray for us, when we definitely needed it.
In the midst of everything, we shared through music and testimony at our wonderful nursing home church. We were glad for Nathan to join us (and we missed Christopher who was sick!).
Rejoicing in our Savior!
“Therefore seeing we have this ministry, as we have received mercy, we faint not” (2 Corinthians 4:1).
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