Wednesday Shout-Out

Posted by on 5.2.07 in Shout Outs

It’s been a while since my last shout-out. So here we go. A big Wednesday morning shout-out to Barry and Linda Beebe and to Keith and Beth McMahon of New Brunswick Bible Institute. Thank you for making us feel so welcome. And a big shout out to Mickey Aldy, Mike Ferris, Ken Pickens, Mike and Matt Thorn, Mike Maynard, …

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Christmas Eve Shout Out

Posted by on 12.24.06 in Shout Outs

It’s Christmas Eve in Gulf Shores and I can’t tell you where people are, but I can tell you where they aren’t. They aren’t anywhere near Gulf Shores. A teeming resort in the summer, the whole area is virtually deserted at the moment. Yesterday when I went shopping late in the afternoon, the mall was …

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What’s a Shout Out?

Posted by on 12.9.06 in Personal, Keep Believing Ministries, Shout Outs

Last night Duane Follman asked me to explain a “shout out.” It’s means to shout out “hello” to a friend. It’s like when you’re walking down a crowded street and see a friend on the other side so you raise your voice and shout out, “Hello!” to him. A shout out is a heartfelt Hello! to friends across the dis …

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Tuesday News and Notes

Posted by on 11.14.06 in Sermons, Shout Outs

1:12 PM A big Tuesday shout out to Sandra de la Cruz in Phoeniz, AZ, Regina Leveston, Duane and Holly Follman, Pastor Frank Walker, Rod Dixon and Alfreda Burke in Oak Lawn, IL, Deborah Tompkins Johnson in Woodbridge, VA, Claudia Moreno in Berwyn, IL, Steve Dunning, Ken and Mary Heffley in Batavia, IL, Reg and Brenda Harriso …

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Monday in Reno

Posted by on 10.9.06 in Churches, Personal, Travel, Shout Outs

5:21 PM Just got back from our visit to Lake Tahoe. Hard to find the right adjectives to describe the sheer, overwhelming beauty. Awe-inspiring. Our hosts for the trip were Greg Kuehn, pastor of Sierra Bible Church, his wife Debbie, and Dave Smith, executive pastor. Dave and Greg have worked together for 17 years, and they …

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Saturday Shout Out

Posted by on 9.30.06 in Shout Outs

A big Saturday shout out to Linda Hale, Sam and Lovice Nicosia, Bruno Cavenecia, Craig and Megan Hammond, Mike Ferris, Greg Thornton in Chicago, David Woodard in Nashville, Tim and Jen Wolery in Lexington, KY, Dan Crum in KY, July Olic, Delores King, Dave and Marilyn Jensen in Tupelo, Michael Mangini, Tammi Nolt in Lancaste …

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Saturday Shout Out

Posted by on 8.19.06 in Shout Outs

A big Saturday shout out to Alan, BJ, Linda, David Langerfeld, and the 33 others from the Tupelo area who are currently on a medical missions trip to Ecuador. They are serving in the mountains south of Quito, not far from the volcano that erupted several days ago. As Nick said, “It sounds like their trip is going to be a bl …

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Tuesday, August 3, 2004

Posted by on 8.3.04 in Shout Outs

8:49 AM I have posted reports on the first two days of the Mount Hermon Dallas Seminary conference on the Crosswalk weblog. 7:43 AM Today I preach at 11 AM. Afterwards we are borrowing a car and taking a drive to Monterey and Carmel, about 50 miles down the Pacific Coast Highway. We’re doing to be tourists this afternoon an…

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Saturday, May 22, 2004

Posted by on 5.22.04 in Personal, Keep Believing Ministries, Shout Outs

9:31 PM Craig Hammond called a few minutes ago with wonderful news. Megan delivered a baby boy at 7:08 PM. His name is Kyler Craig Hammond. Vital stats: 8 pounds, 6 ounces, 21 inches long. Mother is tired but happy, Kyler is doing great, Craig is delighted, and we’re all celebrating the good news. 5:57 PM The rain held off …

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Thursday, April 15, 2004

Posted by on 4.15.04 in Sermons, Shout Outs

10:58 PM Mark called with some good news about the Dryer 2 Bachelor Auction at Moody tonight. For the last few years the guys on the second floor of Dryer dormitory at Moody have sponsored a Bachelor Auction to raise money for the “Youth With a Vision” orphanage in Juarez, Mexico. Each year the guys offer themselves to …

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