Wednesday, October 6, 2010

The Crabb Family with Mike Bowling (That I Could Still Go Free)

I remember listening to this song many years ago, when The Hinsons sang it. I loved to hear Kenny Hinson sing it, and just loved the song. I still do. Listen to the words as Mike Bowling sings it, and know "that you can still go free". Until the next time.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Daily and Vincent

My son Grayson, age 5, loves Daily & Vincent and this is one of his favorite songs. I hope you enjoy it also.

Monday, April 19, 2010

"It's Never Too Late"

I have just recently read a book entitled "It's Never Too Late", by Zachery Tims. Pastor Tims, tells about his life growing up in the "hood" and how deeply into sin he fell. But, he let's us know that "It's Never Too Late", for God loves us with a love we can't imagine.

How many of us have a "story" to tell, of how deep in sin we had fallen and how we one day learned-"It's Never Too Late". There was a time in my life I couldn't believe how far from God I had wandered. A time when I knew no peace, and found myself alone, with no one to turn to. I had fallen so far, and so deep in sin and struggled every day knowing how wrong I was.

Today, I'm thankful we have a God of mercy and grace, a God who never turned His back on me, even when I had drifted so far. I found the road home, and it took me back to Calvary and God's grace. If you have wandered down that same road I once walked on, and now find yourself far from God..."It's Never Too Late". Stop, and follow the road signs back to Calvary...God is waiting, with open arms, to welcome you home.

The video that follows my post, is from a church in my home town of Hayesville, NC. It is Pastor Chris Rumfelt singing a song that if you have drifted away from God, I believe you need to hear. Yes, it has a mountain or country sound, but listen to the words as Pastor Rumfelt sings this song. And remember, that same road does lead back home. Until next time.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Southeast Kentucky Mass Choir - "Way Down"

Thursday, April 15, 2010

The Top Selling Conservative Books of 2009

These are the top 10 best selling conservative books of 2009, as based on hardback book sales. Mark Levin's "Liberty and Tyranny" came in first place, a book that I keep going back to and reading again. Until the next time.

1. Liberty and Tyranny
by Mark Levin

2. Arguing With Idiots
by Glenn Beck

3. Culture of Corruption
by Michelle Malkin

4. Catastrophe
by Dick Morris

5. Guilty
by Ann Coulter

6. In The President’s Secret Service
by Ron Kessler

7. A Slobbering Love Affair
by Bernard Goldberg

8. Losing Mum and Pup
by Christopher Buckley

9. Meltdown
by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

10. End The Fed
by Ron Paul

Monday, April 5, 2010

"Funeral Plans" - Jeremiah Yocum

I liked this brother's music so much, I thought I would post another of his videos. A great song,with a tremendous message, and a church that is caught up in worship. How can you be still when you listen to this song, time to shout and lift Him up!
Until the next time.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

"Didn't I Walk On The Water"