Wednesday, March 23, 2005
March 23, 2005
10:49 PM The latest entry in the Crosswalk weblog is called A Little Child Shall Lead Them. 3:09 PM Wednesday shout-out to Pastor Abraham Lincoln Washington, Charlie Brainer, Dave Starks, Jon Payne, Natalie Belisle, David Weiser, Scott Thomas, Kathy Jacobs, Joey Newton, Kristen Kamm, John and Karen Grassmick, Becky Jones, Abby Cramton, Dan Nugent and Jeff Brewer. 10:35 AM Click here to see the latest list of Calvary friends and family members serving in the Armed Forces. There are 59 names on the list. 7:40 AM Good news from Peter Odanga in Kenya:
Ray, The book continues to be asource of encouragement to many.We just camre back from Mumias village.We were running aword of life soccer outreach.More than 2500 where in attendance young and old.After presentation of the gospel 300 people came to the Lord.We gave to about 200 copies of anchor for the soul to soccer prayer,school students and visiting pastors ,teachers and governmet officials, Until the nets are full, Matthew 9:36 Peter Odanga Word of life Kenya
12:21 AM Current NCAA March Madness Bracket Update from Craig Hammond:
Here is an update on where each of us stand in comparison to one another for our NCAA Tourny Picks. First let me explain how this is going to work. Each correct pick in each round is going to be worth a different amount of points. The higher the round the more each correct pick will be worth. For instance in the first round each correct pick was worth one point, while in the second round each correct pick will be worth 2 points, etc. So the chart that I am sending around does not contain how many correct picks you got but rather how many points you made in each round. So the leader board so far is as follows: 1st Place: Kathy Duggins & Pastor Ray – 41pts (tie) 3rd Place: Howard Duncan – 40pts 4th Place: Craig Hammond – 37pts 5th Place: Davis Duggins – 36pts Last Place: John Sredl – 32 pts Good Luck on the next rounds.
12:17 AM This week’s Christian Carnival is now online. It contains numerous entries from across the Christian blogosphere. Many of the 51 entries (including one of my own) deal with the Terri Schiavo case.