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Justin, Justin, Justin...
Wasn't it just two days ago that you stood up at the BA (bloggers annonymous) meeting to receive your 1-Week pin. I can't believe that you fell off the wagon so quickly. "Hi, my name is Justin, and I'm a blog-aholic" blah, blah, blah...


Do I have permission to quote today's post often (and out of context) to the people required to interact with me on a daily basis? I think it would make their lives much easier to simply always know "Debra was right."

Oh yes....the unforgiveness quote is good, too.


...and proud of it.


I think that we just need to leave it at “Kristi is very sweet” and delete the rest of it. Okay let’s vote. One. Okay that’s the majority. Go ahead and fix it J-dogg. Ready………go.

The one who wears the tie

You can never keep a good man down. He keeps going, and going, and going.....

Crystal Renaud

where's my shout-out?!?!?!


Tell Me It's Not True...

To the Coast Hills Staff: No More Flip Flops!

Flipflops A sad day has arrived for the staff members of Coast Hills Church in Aliso Viejo, CA after the church decided to deny them the right to wear 'beach flip flops' to work. This, according to an article published this week in the OC Register:

When pastors set the fashion tone wearing Hawaiian shirts and deck shoes, can a comfortable congregation be far behind? Attire at many of the big churches that cater to families - like the Calvary churches, Saddleback Church in Lake Forest and Coast Hills Community Church in Aliso Viejo - looks nothing like that of yesteryear.

"We have a new pastor from the Washington, D.C., area, and he's having to readjust to California culture because where he comes from, it's a little more formal," says Cheryl Klem, a spokeswoman for Coast Hills. "Just (last week) we implemented for our staff a new dress code that requires they do not wear beach flip-flops to work. There's a fine line, and we want to honor the culture of California and the casual style, but we also, as a staff, want to lead the way and present an image of reverence for coming to church.

"At same time," Klem added, "we welcome anybody to church; we don't care what they are wearing on their feet."


Oh, that is sad (about your shoes). But back to the top...I re-read it...what you wrote about un-forgiveness...and you should have gotten a letter by now about Daniel and I...and it is so true. We are in the mists of a forgiveness battle and we need so much. Why do we act so high and mighty when we are in desperate need of it from our Father?

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