Friday, October 06, 2006

Chapel Sermons

There have been a few people who have inquired about being able to hear my Senior Chapel that I preached last April. The easiest way for me to facilitate these requests is to direct you to the Wesley Biblical Seminary Chapel archives. If you would like to hear my Senior Chapel you can click here. If you would like to hear the message I preached in Chapel a few weeks ago click here. When I preached this latest one the IT department tried an experiment and there is a video of it that is also available. If you would like to watch it just click here.

Also, when you go to listen to the sermons in the Chapel archives you will notice on the right side of the screen are the months listed that you can access. Within these months are such items as the sermons that Dr. Roy Lauder preached during our spring revival, Dr. Kinlaw’s commencement address, Dr. Chris Bound’s recent lectures given during the annual Chamberlain Holiness Lectures, as well as all the chapel speakers since March of 2006.

Hope you enjoy these messages

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Tayler's New Glasses

Here are a couple of pictures of Tayler and her new glasses. After a recent checkup her doctor was concerned about her eyesight so she suggested we have them checked out. As a result, we found out that Tayler was farsighted and was in need of some glasses. We also found out that Clayton has a slight astigmatism, but it is not bad enough to need glasses yet. Thankfully Tayler really loves the idea of wearing glasses (at least for now). Clayton however is very disappointed because he wanted to get glasses also. We will see if he is as excited when his day finally comes. While we both agree that she looks very nice in her glasses, we also agree that they demonstrate the fact that she is quickly growing up and is well on her way to becoming a young lady.
Poor Little Cindy

Poor Cinderella is missing her fella
She lacked a nap waiting for the sap
To the ball they would go if he wasn't so slow
Now all alone she sits because the prince is a ditz
She sticks out her lip and offers this important tip,
"When accepting a date from a prince who is great,
always have a backup in case he is late!"

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

The First Day of School!

Here are a couple of pictures of the kid's first day of school this year. As you know, Tayler is now in the 1st grade and this was Clayton's first day of Kindergarden. They are both doing very well. Although Jenny is now experiencing the other side of the education process. For instance, whenever I come home from work and ask them what they studied I get "I don't know". This of course is the last thing their teacher who spent so much time with them wants to hear. However, with a little prompting from her they are able to tell me all about what they learned. It is so exciting to see them in this stage in their life and to see how much they enjoy their school time.

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Evil Doers of the World Beware!
Consider yourselves forewarned. There is a new super hero here to help right the wrong and restore justice, order and nap time to our chaotic, tired and cranky world. Don't let the cute face fool you into thinking this little girl is no threat. I guarantee you that what she lacks in stature she makes up for in pure attitute and spunk.

Her current mission? To conquer the ellusive Count Potty. Armed with her super safety goggles, jet-powered rain boots and super suit she will locate and defeat Count Potty by using him to do her dirty work....

The other day Tori walked in the room in Clayton's play saftey goggles, her rainboots and trainers to announce "I supa hewo, da da da". She's smiling for the camera (the little ham!) but before mommy took the pic she even had a stern "super hereo" countenance. Mommy was laughing so hard she could barely take the picture!

She trains for her super hero missions every day. She lowers herself into a squat, chants, "Ready, set, go!" and then tears around the house as fast as her little legs will take her, swinging one arm back and forth as she runs, the other arm held ridgidly at her side.