It’s just the little things in life that make our day!
Just precious, kids are for real!
Ella Mae seems to be more rebel than yankee. But then again her name is Ella Mae.
How wonderfully made is the little mind so receptive to His Word ;lurking nearby the Prince of the power of the air, with another message.
This is just precious! Thanks for sharing.
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The video of your and your little one stirred the heart and soul!
I remember hearing that trilogy in the early 80s at Stone Mountain outside Atlanta, GA. They did a laser show every night during the summer. The finale was an outline & animation of the carving set to Elvis’ Trilogy. Every redneck in the place went nuts when Dixie started & I’m sure all the yankees were scared. It ended with a broken sword & the 2 halves of the country coming back together, followed by some Lee Greenwood or Neil Diamond and fireworks…ah the memories. Thanks Kevin!
It was a great pleasure to visit your church in Lansing while on vacation recently. The congregation was warm and welcoming and my husband and I greatly appreciated your sermon. We had just come from a week of teaching by Colin Smith at Maranatha camp. It was most gratiying to meet both you and Colin after reading your books. “The Good News We Forgot” has truly been life changing for my husband and myself and has been largely responsible for persuading us to change our beliefs to the reformed way of thinking. We come from a “churched” background, but The Lord has graciously led us to discover his grace in a new light. We are deeply grateful for your book and give it to everyone we know. My husband used the book to teach a discipleship training class at our church and we have continued to use it since then to strenghen our beliefs. Thank you so very much for all your teaching and dedication to the spreading of the gospel. We will continue to pray for you and your family in the future.
In His will and for His service,
with deepest gratitude,
Ruth & David Stromswold – West Richland WA
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Kevin DeYoung is senior pastor of University Reformed Church in East Lansing, Michigan, near Michigan State University. He and his wife Trisha have six young children. You can follow him on Twitter.