These people who just thrive from short-term mission trips, and just wait for the next one…why can’t they just take the plunge and commit to something more long-term.
I just don’t get it.
Or do something in between that would keep them connected to global or local missions.
Am I missing something here?
This is a recent photo of Mr. Jung, his actress wife (Lee Young Ae), and their twins, which was published in a magazine last month. In the interview, she was asked whom she admires and replied that it was my dad. My parents are a bit shy about it but I, too, am inspired by their ability to love and consequently touch so many people. Cheers to cool parents.
Another neat tidbit: although I am no longer at my home church I recently heard how one of the newest members came because they saw the church van parked in the lot. This van was donated by Mrs. Jung, herself. Amazing how God moves and connects us all to each other.
Meet the Beardlsey family, who decided to dress up as Tobias Fünke from Arrested Development this past Halloween. Yes — all of them. Mother Autumn (Mrs. Featherbottom) explains:
A lot of people have asked how we got our kids to do it. I don’t really know why they do it, they just do. Like I said, the show is part of our family, and has taught us that family is the most important thing (unless of course you mean of the things we eat, in which case it’s breakfast).
More pictures at the link!
My second choice of family, probably after my own.
Reblogged from The Bluth Company.
Reblogged from hitRECordJoe.
Do something about it. Now.
People are expecting the world to end because of all the natural disasters that have been increasingly occurring.
It’s the sickness of human nature that will tear this world down.
It’s days like today when I really wish Jesus would just come back asap.
Heartbroken. Prayers for victims, victims’ families, community, our youth…And even all those other sick-minded people who need to check themselves.