19 May 2011
To set the stage, Kim and I desire to live out a life of faith around Georgia. That's meant praying for her (that she would know Christ at an early age and for her future husband), praying with her and allowing her to pray at meals, enrolling her in a Christian school (for a quality education with a Christian worldview), reading with her from her children's Bible and devotional (along with another short book of her choice) before bedtime prayers, and talking to her about Jesus, God, and the Holy Spirit.
Posted by Rick Garner at Thursday, May 19, 2011
10 May 2011
|USMC Staff Sergant Jason Rogers|
- To visit someone in order to welcome them or talk to them. "We went to pay our respects to our new neighbors."
- To honor someone after their death, usually by going to their funeral. "Friends and relatives came to pay their last respects to Mr Clarke."
We seem to have forgotten what respect is all about. We think it is something someone has to earn. The man or woman sweeping up trash on the street doesn't desire a smile or greeting. We don't know them and we look down upon their job. They don't deserve our respect, right? Wrong.
Posted by Rick Garner at Tuesday, May 10, 2011