Tagged with sacrifice

Putting God First

Putting God First

If we are following what God wants us to do with our lives, then everything will work out right. I have seen this first hand in my life many times. Most recently, through my parent’s mission service. Continue reading

Joel The Lump Of Coal – By The Killers & Jimmy Kimmel

Joel The Lump Of Coal – By The Killers & Jimmy Kimmel

Don’t let the goofy title and ugly sweaters put you off, this new Christmas song by the Killers, which launched on the Jimmy Kimmel show last week, is a little jewel. Brandon Flowers, lead singer of the band The Killers, just happens to be a Mormon (like me), but, that’s not why I like his new song so much.  I like it because wrapped … Continue reading

The Last Letter Home: A Soldier’s Song

On May 1, 2003 husband, father, son and friend, US Army Pfc. Jesse Givens died in Iraq in the service of his country. He was 34 years old. Givens was parked in an M-1 main battle tank alongside the bank of the Euphrates River in Al Habbaniyah, Iraq. The riverbank gave way, resulting in the tank falling into the river. His comrades tried desperately and unsuccessfully to free him. Ironically, Pfc. Jesse A. Givens drowned in the desert…

Hear the story, and watch the musical performance of his last Letter Home. Continue reading

The Perfect Valentine

Through all eternity to thee A joyful song I’ll raise, For oh! Eternity is too short To utter all thy praise. ~ Joseph Addison Click To Listen: “Our God Is A God Of Love” “Our God Is A God of Love Love Is His Greatest Gift To Us Love Is Our Greatest Gift To Him … Continue reading

Pause And Remember

Pause And Remember

Today the United States of America celebrates Memorial Day. It was first titled “Decoration Day”, derived from the decorations placed upon graves of fallen Civil War soldiers in the 1800s. This day has become set apart to officially remember those who sacrificed everything on our behalf. On May 2, 2000, President Bill Clinton issued a … Continue reading

Always Remember

Today is Easter Sunday. A little trivia: It is the earliest calendar date that Easter will be celebrated for nearly two centuries.  The Christian world is commemorating