random thoughts saturday…

4 11 2006

since i haven’t blogged in a really long time – although i have several almost ready to publish – thought i’d at least give it a quick try…

  • first, alyssa’s team won today – of course in u6 soccer they don’t have ref’s, don’t have keepers, and don’t keep score – so, i figure its our obligation to keep score for them – of course, on a much quiter level – actually, i think we won – we had to leave halfway through the second half to get to josh’s game – when we left we were winning – so we did our part
  • josh’s team lost by only 1 goal – it was 2-1 – this was by far the best shooting team we faced all year and josh did a phenomenal job playing keeper – in the second half he easily could’ve seen 3 more goals, but he stepped up to the plate and played the best he’s ever played as keeper – totally loving the way he’s risen to the challenge of playing keeper at this age – he’s been tough! – that’s only 2 goals in the last 80 minutes of play!
  • dawgs are playing…i’m listening…our rushing and passing seem to be doing just ok, we’ve just got to stop the turnovers and learn to get the ball in the endzone and through the uprights…
  • boy i hope the dawgs win – i really think that a loss by the dawgs affects our service – you would think that spriritual maturity would be seperated from a sat afternoon game – don’t think so. it affects the overall mood and level of participation in the worship service – also affects how people receive the message – these are just my thoughts…
  • having a cold sucks! couldn’t sleep two nights ago – so i updated my facebook account – not sure why i have it…don’t have time for it much…anyway…the cold seems to be getting better…boy i hope so – sleepless nights are terrible
  • ridgestone‘s website is really cool – i checked it out a few weeks ago after they had re-done it, but it wasn’t complete – love the simplicity and flash on it
  • really heartbroken over what’s taking place in colorado springs with the ted haggard situation – i’ve looked at a lot of sites and opinions (other bloggers) and most are respectful, humble, shocked and praying – the thing that i see missing a lot is that we don’t need to just pray for haggard, we need to pray for the church, for the man that’s brought the allegations, for the Kingdom – this will leave a terrible “taste” in many people’s mouths regarding walking with Christ
  • i agree with mark that this is one of those times that i hate the words ‘evangelical’ ‘Christian’ and ‘republican’ are so intertwined.



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