Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Field of Miracles

Nicky Cruz (from the Cross and the Switch Blade and Run Baby Run) will be speaking both Friday night and Saturday night. Also Jason Upton will be leading worship on Sunday evening. It promises to be an awesome weekend and it's all free! So invite all your unsaved friends and family and get out to Frontier Field!!

6 comments:

Rachel said...

I wanna go! I read one of his books (I think it was "Run Baby Run")when I was a teenager. His testimony is fantastic! Maybe I'll go on Saturday with my hubby.

Miss Kitten said...

Hi! I have read many of your posts and looked at your photo galleries. I share many of your interests. I am beginning a digital photography class next week at Oklahom City University. (I am working on my BLA.) My photos are mostly of my grandson right now, www.quintonlee.blogspot.com. I have many, many photos from my 35mm cameras as well (15 rolls waiting to be developed). Thank you for the info on the website that pays you for photos. I will be exploring that site more in the near future.
I also have two other blogs. One is dedicated to all media forms of art and the other is basically an electronic diary. The links will display if you click on my web identity. The "observation" site is the diary and if you read it, please don't judge as it's a way to get out the stuff that haunts me inside.
Keep up the great work. Art will never die as long as people like us are fascinated by it!

Shelly said...

Rachel - did you get to go Saturday? Unfortunately it was a rather wet weekend for such an event. We went on Friday and it was BEAUTIFUL out!! We were going to go again last night, but it was too soggy and chilly for our tastes. :) But we enjoyed Friday night. Makes me want to read Run Baby Run all over again...

Miss Kitten - Thanks for stopping in and especially for commenting! I was wondering who from the Oklahoma area had been visiting my site and was hoping you would eventually speak up. :) So cool that you are starting a photography class!! It is rather addicting, however, so be warned!! :) A grandson is a great subject to be photographing! My son (17) won't let me take pix of him anymore... but my girls have fun with it. Heather (15) especially as she wants to go into acting and figures she'd better get used to being in front of a camera! LOL. I'll be checking your blogs from time to time when I have a spare moment. (I'm sure you know how that is!) Pop in anytime!!! And be sure and let me know how the photography course goes.

Martha said...

Did you get a nice letter from Mrs. Feeney up at the school office too?

"rbojig" (Kind of reminds me of a dancing 3CPO.)

Rachel said...

No, we never went. We already had plans on Friday, and Saturday was too wet so we opted for a dinner out together.

Shelly said...

Martha - Yup! I always enjoy her letters. ;) And liiqefo???

Rachel - I don't blame you a bit! Bummers about the weather....