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Welcome to my personal weblog! I have many areas of interest as a Christian wife and home schooling mother of 6 girls: writing, poetry, website design, digital photography, a home business (sewing); however, this blog will focus more on the wonderful journey the Lord has brought our family through and what the Lord has shown me in His Holy Word.


I know that my devotionals don't often speak of specifics in our lives, but I want my readers to know that what I write comes most often from what the Lord is doing in our lives, or has done. I don't just repeat words by this preacher or that one. My devotionals are often written through a haze of tears, sometimes in grief, sometimes in peace at God's goodness for what He is doing for our good. At other times, after a flood of tears over my lack of faith in His great plan for us, especially after I've seen Heaven's gates open in another miraculous answer to prayer. What I write is what God shows me through those trials which He brings because of His great goodness as He works out His perfect plan. - Angela.


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Sunday, March 16th, 2008

I thought I should add some daily news now and again, so here’s how this Lord’s day unfurled.

As per the norm, church was the first major event of the day. It is wonderful to see how excited the children get as their Sunday School time draws near. I’m so pleased there is also a class for the teens and of course the adults.

Pastor Madle is working on a series from a book on sin, and this morning dealt with Adam and Eve’s disobedience. I will update this later with the outline.

I’m not sure what main service was on (since I was in the nursery), but I’ll get the CD. Oh yes, our eldest, Sarah, was the “soundwoman” this morning as Lowell stayed home recuperating from another painful night with his paralyzed leg. Apparently, Sarah is doing great.

When we got home, Lowell had managed to get stuff in the crock pot, but a little late, so it wouldn’t be ready till supper. That’s okay, as there was plenty of leftovers to be cleaned up.

Lowell spent the afternoon working on organizing our corporate financial files for Trenholm Enterprises Inc. in anticipation of the corp. taxes…ugh….Oh well, I’m just thrilled he’s taken a serious interest in the paperwork as I’m swamped with running Trenholm Sew-All.

I did a quick trip to Fabricland to find some matching fabric for some skirts I needed. I made one this afternoon (a tan and choco brown mix), one this evening, and 4 more to go. They are just simple elastic waistband skirts, but they have a nice border on the bottom to dress them up. I’ll try to take some pics and pop them in the post. It will be nice to have some “buffet” skirts as my friend Debbie calls them. Hee hee.

This evening the sermon was on “How to Start a Church in a Wicked City.” Pastor mainly used the books of Acts and I Corinthians. Definitely a good call to Christian service sermon.

When we got home, Lowell finished up some more book work, and I sewed up the second skirt, this one two shades of blue.

We watched a quick TV show, then off to bed. Nighty night!

One Response to Sunday, March 16th, 2008

  • Kate says:

    It’s awesome that your pastor preached on starting a church in a wicked city. I was just doing a study comparing the Corinthian church with today’s church and the comparison was saddening indeed! A very fruitful Sunday, I might add :-) My hubby does the sound booth at our church :-) God bless!!

    Kate