Small Town Living

The nice part about living in a small town: When you don't know what you're doing, someone else always does.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Whew.....

Thank you ladies/gents for your prayers yesterday, I felt every one!! All went well. No bloopers or blunders! And what a blessing I received. I'm so thankful for my job. Yes, even on the worst days, I'm still thankful. It's not often you get to go to church for a business meeting, well, for me anyway. The non-profit I work for has opened up all kinds of opportunities for me. The meeting last night was a group of concerned citizens banding together for the cause of Christ. What can we do as agencies, churches, businesses to help the people suffering from the economic crisis? Lots!! It gave me goose bumps to see the concern and feel the love from total strangers coming together to help our community. I will update you on more details as they become available. What I know is, it will be a great missionary work, and you and your church will want to be a part of it! Please pray for this vision to become a reality!
On a completely different note.......
I just wanted to encourage you Chrono readers. I know the OT is some hard reading, with all the blood and guts, but it has given me a deeper appreciation for what Jesus did for us. No more slaughtering animals to cover my sins. Jesus did that for me and you! He extended grace to me, even though I did not deserve it. Now that just makes me want to shout!! How about you?
Don't forget to visit with Wendy, you will surely be blessed!
Love to all,
Carrie

3 comments:

Leigh Anne said...

I'm so glad your day went well. It sounds as if your job may be very rewarding for you. There are so many people with needs who need someone to stand in middle.
I went to Wendy's post. It really spoke to me.

Nana2six said...

I am so glad that things went well! I will continue to pray for you and your work. Nothing feels as good as helping somebody in need..

In Him,
Beth

K. Tilley said...

Our Chron. Bibles must be back together on their readings. This morning I was thinking at how God laid out specific details in the plans he had for Moses and Aaron. Even down to the underclothing they were to wear. Amazing how today that is still Gods desire for His children. He has detailed plans for them. The work you do is no doubt something He has given great thought into. Keep up the great job!