One of our angels put this quote by Muhammad Ali on her Facebook page and I decided it needed to be shared: We all have the same God, we just serve him differently. Rivers, lakes, ponds, streams, oceans all have different names, but they all contain water. So do religions have different names, and they […]
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It has occurred to me that many of our children were raised on TOUCHED BY AN ANGEL reruns!
The Kings Center Board and Staff as well as the Kings of Kindness invite you to our Annual Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction. We are continuing our theme of a Barbecue Fit for a King. In addition to a yummy meal prepared by Hill of Beans Catering, you will have a chance to bid on […]
Fred Rogers once said,”I believe that appreciation is a HOLY thing–that when we look for the best in a person…we’re doing what God does all the time. So in loving and appreciating our neighbor, we’re participating in something sacred.”
💗Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone! I have had a 3 week siege with my computer/printer. Sometimes I feel like a casualty of technological warfare! But thank God (and my savings account) I now have a system that should reduce my frustration.
When you feel a radical gratitude for what you have, you end up wanting to go to radical lengths to share it. When you are radically grateful for being blessed, you want to be radically generous to the oppressed. (Ann Voskamp) I feel “radically” blessed because you angels have been “radically” generous!
Frankfort Independent Schools Superintendent Houston Barber called the system’s Friday announcement “historic.”
JAMBO!!!!!!!!! This Joyous Hello greeted us everywhere we went in Africa! God is good and gave us a safe and amazing trip. One afternoon, while driving around Nairobi, we saw a bus from the Highway to Holiness Community Church. It’s mission was :To raise champions for eternity! I thought this was a dynamic purpose and should also apply […]
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Almost every day I reread a quote from Ann Voskamp that is my mantra for the day: You are where you are to help others where they are. This isn’t a Christian’s sideline hobby; compassion is our complete vocation. We do not just care about people; caring is our calling. That’s it!