Scrapbooking and Max Lucado
Is that an eclectic title or what?!? I didn’t post last weekend after being gone for two days on a scrapbooking weekend, so I thought I would begin my blog tonight by asking how many who read this blog scrapbook? To me it is a relaxing activity that inspires creativity and also gives me and my family something to enjoy reminiscing over now, and I hope, for future generations to savor and learn about our family, too. Both my daughters have scrapped some and last week my oldest granddaughter and I started a scrapbook with supplies her mom bought her for Christmas. So please post your views on scrapping, a national hobby that has grown in recent years.
Today we travelled to Louisville (my hometown) to worship at Southeast Christian Church where Max Lucado was the guest speaker. We were so happy we did because the worship was great and his sermon was also. He spoke on John 3:16 and asked everyone what their favorite word was in that Scripture–love, God, eternal, life, etc? He said his favorite word was “whoever” because we are all “whoevers” and God wants us all to come to him. That’s why Christ died for us all. You are a “whoever” and if you haven’t accepted this most precious gift of God’s salvation, please email me or go to the Southeast site at http://www.southeastchristian.org/ and type the word “salvation” in the search box. You will get several links including “If I died tonight would I go to heaven?” Read the links and your Bible and contact a church that teaches all of the Bible. I hope you will let me know if you have any questions and if you have recently made a decision accepting Christ. Know that I am praying for you as a reader of my blog.