Weekly Re-Cap / Thoughts

- Crazy…exciting…fantabulous week!

- I had a great time at our High School LIFT camp planning meeting! This is going to be the best year of camp yet!


- We had our Malta campus volunteer (VIP) training meeting. (I was feeling a bit under the weather)

- I was working down in Rockland county near Bear Mountain the last part of the week. Amazing scenery down there!

- I drove over 800 miles total! My poor car…

- Another amazing weekend at Northway! Pastor Buddy was back from China.

- He talked about how God wants us to GO tell the world about Jesus. He also talked about why so many “Christians” are not doing that in America.

- I can’t wait to blog about it later this week.

- We had a bunch of camp sign-ups turned in! We might just have to charter 10 buses!

- Some people are also wanting to sponsor a student for camp! We have a lot of students that want to go, but can’t afford it…

- Leah and I had the best Lasagna ever at Wheatfieldsin Saratoga! We like to go there and share the lasagna since it seems like one serving can feed a family of eight!

- I discovered news radio this week. (my FM radio in the car doesn’t work)

- I feel like so much happened in the news this week! (Atlanta tornado…Manhattan crane accident…stuff in Tibet…stock market stability…Our own governor Spitzer (Grrrrrrrr)…presidential campaigns…and on and on and on!)


Cockroaches can live for 9 days after their head has been cut off.

dustmite1.jpgNo word in the English language rhymes with “month”

The average bed is home to over 6 BILLION dust mites! Check out the pic! (I’m allergic to dust so this is close to my heart. I used to live in a bubble…Okay maybe not a bubble, but I think my parents considered it once or twice back in the day) :)

4 Responses to “Weekly Re-Cap / Thoughts”

  • dude I love your random facts…great stuff, those dust mites are disgusting bro.

  • Kevin:

    Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to check out my blog! You are great! Don’t let dust mites get the best of you!

  • Chad:

    I just found out I’m allergic to them too…welcome to the club I guess!

  • Yeaaa. Buddy’s message was awesome.
    It really hit me.
    Which is why i have plans to go to…Swaziland!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    HA. Paul wants to go too.

    Its a missions trip in 09.

    Im pretty much dieing of excitment.
    Ha. I have never been so excited to sleep in the dirt.
    But its african dirt!

    Located as its own country within the borders of South Africa, Swaziland is a country that is dying of AIDS. The number of HIV infected persons is growing so rapidly that without a turn-around, the country will completely be consumed by this awful disease in a few short years. In addition to the problem with AIDS, Swaziland is also a land of extreme poverty, false religion, and need. I will be able to minister to a wide variety of people, bringing hope to the hopeless.


    Here i “GO”.

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