Some waddup

It’s been a while since I’ve posted some “waddup”, so here’s a bit of what’s happening these days:

  • Yesterday I met with a lawyer to begin working on the articles of incorporation for Walls Down Church and securing our 501(c)3 status as a church. There’s a lot of detail that goes into starting a new church… good grief!
  • I just recorded a CD with Casey Graham.  This CD is a short teaching on “How to Get Out of Debt” and will be a free gift to every first time giver at Walls Down Church. This CD will include several downloadable forms that they can print out and immediately begin using! This is a part of our Stewardship system.
  • This weekend we are going to Fusion Church to observe their set-up and tear-down process! I’m looking forward to hearing Tony McCollum preach and learning more about how to be a portable church!
  • We are headed up to Cincinnati on April 7th and will stay up there for a week scouting for houses, having meetings, making connections, and eating as much Goldstar Chili as possible!
  • Last night one of “The Ladies” said to me, “Jesus doesn’t have a dress like mine.” Of course, I agreed. Then she said, “He hangs His dress on the door.” Gosh, at least He’s not throwing it on the floor! 😉 Where do kids come up with this stuff?

Things kids say

Good grief! We were sitting at breakfast this morning when my soon to be four year old little girl asked me, “Daddy, why do people dead?”

Being the parental interpreter that I am I quickly determined that she meant to say, “Why do people die?”

I stuttered and stammered my way through a theological/philosophical pile of verbal crap before I finally said, “Baby, daddy’s gonna have to get back to you on that one!”

Funny things kids say

We’ve been reading the kids Bible stories before bed and then making some simple, practical application.

Recently we read the story of Cain and Able. The practical application was “obey God.”

OK… follow me on this one…

We’ve also been teaching the kids that they should not eat poop. (That’s another story).

I know this is a lot of information for “The Ladies” but it is what it is…

The other day, on our date, one of my ladies apparently combined these lessons together. She looked at me, very seriously, and said…

“Dad, we have to listen to God… don’t eat poop.”

Apparently it’s not only mom and dad that don’t want us to eat poop… God doesn’t either.

Ahhhhh… the funny things kids say!