Friday, November 17, 2006

PreWeekend Reminder to Pray!

Homeless to be Evicted!!
Seems like about this time last year we were going through the same rigamarole.
I wonder if the city/residents/CSX understand that positive things don't happen without 1. Consistancy, 2. Centrality, 3. Patience. It's just something people don't understand I guess. We tend to judge someone's sins by what they possess in life, thinking bad things come to bad people.
We may alter plans for the Thanksgiving dinner based on whether or not we will still be allowed to enter the gates so to speak.

Sunday is right around the corner! I've made a few changes this week to the links section, and I want to tell you about a few of the links in addition to reminding you to pray for our activities this weekend.
First of all, you will notice the e-Sword link has been changed to a nifty banner! If you haven't downloaded and installed e-Sword on your computer, please do so, it's a great Bible Study program. I use it to write sermons and lessons.
You will also notice There is a link to The Well Project. The Well Project is a non-profit organization that helps women who are HIV positive understand the effects of HIV on them, and to help keep them well. There are also a few new blogs on the "blog" list of things. Arron "Stickman" Chambers has a blog. He is a minister to Christ's Church, Madarin in Jacksonville. He was the former minister of Southside Christian Church in Orlando, and he is a reall hoopy Frood.
  • The Spiritual Oasis
  • is a site that helps Christians remember who they are, and keep on track. I find the postings to be useful as personal devotional material.
  • La Shawn Barber
  • is a conservative black female who tells it straight.
    I hope you can find something useful from these sites!
    Please also don't forget to spread the word about B.A.S.I.C. Thanks a lot!
    Your Positive Activist:
    G. Brandon Hoyt.

    1 comment:

    Bill said...

    Thanks for the tip of the hat! May your Thanksgiving be a truly blessed day!

    Grace and peace to you and yours,