• Immediate Needs

    updated 8.29.11

    We do what we do as missionaries supported by people like you.

    We also prefer to give away as much content as we can, and not cloud that issue with a lot of public requests. That said, we do have specific needs that are met by people who believe the work we do has value.

    If you'd like a short list of immediate financial needs, you can find it HERE.


    Note: This will be updated regularly

  • Recent interview on the Patricia King Show.

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    • When I get an email saying I have been selected to participate in a survey, am I supposed to feel I’ve won a contest? I HAVE BEEN CHOSEN! 2 hours ago
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    • Math problem. 49 yr old man considered 2nd helping of lasagna after 10pm. How much faster is two forks? 17 hours ago
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    • Fantastic "Discover Hillcrest" evening with about fifty people tonight! Hospitality team killed it. Lasagna is a gateway food. 19 hours ago
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Go Dawgs

I just became a Georgia Bulldogs fan, and I don’t know jack about football. My friend, Greg, sent me a link to the video below, about University of Georgia head football coach, Mark Richt, and his wife, who adopted two children from the Ukraine, one of which was special needs.

Go Coach. Go Dawgs. Go God.

By the way, this is the 3,000th edition of Stuff I Think, and it’s only appropriate that it’s centered on the stuff I am thinking about most lately. If you’ve enjoyed anything of those last 3,000 posts, then watch the video for me.


7 Responses

  1. Glad you’ve joined the Dawgs club. And just so you know, Mark Richt will tell you how much Bobby Bowden influenced him in his relationship with Jesus. Go Seminoles!

  2. That is a beautiful testimony. Thanks for sharing!!

    Mrs. I.

  3. Awesome! Go Dawgs!
    I just want to go get our boy today!

  4. Just a little more information about Mark Richt. He played a small role in Facing the Giants. I highly recommend it. His part, even though small, offered a large message. Try to see it if you can. I hope you would be blessed as much as I was. -Brenda

  5. I made the “mistake” of watching this video during my lunch at work a couple days ago. I was majorly chocking back tears seeing these beautiful children being accepted as Christ accepts us. What a blessing! Thank you for sharing it!

    I’ve enjoyed reading your, and others, adoption stories lately. My wife is due with our 2nd child in 12 days, and we love children so much. The Lord’s heart breaks for the young ones to be loved.

  6. Also, a suggestion. On the videos you upload to blogger, like the twins update on 10/20/08, after you upload to blogger, go to the Edit HTML tab and change the size on the video to this:

    width=”445″ height=”375″

    That will make the video player much larger. See my blog for example. Blessings!

  7. Welcome to the Dawg fan club. Richt is the REAL deal. Win, lose are draw, he points everything to Jesus. Got to love him.

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