Saturday, April 28, 2012

Spring | T4G Recap | Basketball

This has been one of the busiest seasons of my life, which is why I haven't been blogging very often. There have been things to write about (so I may be posting some tardy news here in the coming weeks), but I haven't carved out time to sit down and jot them down! Spring is here in Seattle and the cherry blossoms KNEW the very first day it began & came out everywhere. It's awesome, now when the wind blows it looks like it's snowing outside my window because all the blossoms are fluttering everywhere. There are white blossomed trees that look like cherry blossoms too, what are those?

Thursday, April 19, 2012

VIDEO: DCC 1 Year Later

This video was shown at DCC's 1 year Birthday Celebration on Sunday, April 1st. It's an incredible testament to God's powerful, thorough grace in the lives of those planting this church and loving their neighbor so that the gospel may go forth. It's about 6 1/2 minutes long, but it's worth every second. Plus, the video editing and city shots are phenomenal! Enjoy & praise God for his goodness!

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Giulian's in Louisville!

I bet you're wondering why...I sure was when I found out Louisville was the destination. He is there for the Together for the Underestimated Gospel Conference, a huge privilege! He and 3 of the other leaders of DCC had the opportunity to attend this 3 day conference that only takes place every other year. I'm only getting bits & pieces from him so far because this conference is seriously jam packed with speakers, they're in there from like 8 am - 10 pm. But, I do know that he mentioned that CJ Mahaney's talk today, The Sustaining Power of the Gospel was super encouraging, he recommended it. One of the first things he said to me though was how overwhelming it is to be in the middle of the sports stadium with 8000 voices around you singing out in a cappella worship to God. Wow!  We'd definitely appreciate prayer as the the leaders of DCC get away & seek God's guidance for our 2nd year as a church plant.


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