Thursday, September 23, 2010

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Faith is hard.

Why is it harder to believe Jesus will and is taking care of you than it is to believe He died and was ressurected to save us from our sins? The act of salvation happened thousands of years ago, yet I believe it to my core. But when it comes to finances and health I get panicked over whether God is there.

There is no simple answer to having faith. It is hard. That's why it takes so little faith to make such a big difference. Mustard seeds are tiny - yet just a little faith, the Bible says, can move mountains.

Please pray for WOLC as we approach Shareathon (Oct. 20-22). It is a time where our faith and your faith is pushed out in the open. We are forced to actually trust that God will provide financially for this ministry (as He has for nearly 4 decades) rather than just working hard to ensure success. Hard work is good - but without God's intervention it is simply not enough.

102.5 Shore Things
Getting to Know the Eastern Shore!

#68. Delmarva Discovery Center

Located on the Pocomoke River in downtown Pocomoke City, the Delmarva Discovery Center (DDC) is a living museum, a place for learning and discovery for visitors of all ages. The immersive and engaging exhibits take visitors on a timeless journey through Delmarva and through the Cypress Swamp. The exhibits focus on the river ecology and the human history of the Pocomoke River and Delmarva. Want to plan a trip? Check them out HERE.

#67. Chicken and slick dumplings
#66. The Elks Swim and Golf Club
#65. Route 12 Pizza

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Allison Short

Singing since age 3, Allison, a native of Northern Virginia, has always loved music. In high school, she won a contest which allowed her to sing onstage with Christian singing group Plus One and in 2002 she traveled as a soloist with the Continental Singers on their “Live It Up” tour.

Through her music, Allison hopes to touch people from all walks of life, but the focus and passion of her ministry is reaching and encouraging young women. She strongly believes God has called her for such a time as this, where so-called "role models" practice promiscuous behavior, and purity is scarcely held in high regard. Teenage girls today are flooded with peer pressure and constantly struggle with poor body consciousness. "To love ourselves, we must first come to realize how much we are worth to Christ," Allison says.

Allison's desire is to give young girls the tools they need to stand up and live to a higher standard of which God has called them. Allison’s vocal influences include the powerful voices of Janna Long (Avalon), Linda Ronstadt and Sheryl Crow. She has a love for a variety of music genres ranging from country to blues to rock to gospel, not unlike her debut album, “Only for a Season.”

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Scriptural Pursuit

Q: What lie did Joseph's brothers let their father (Jacob) believe after they sold Joseph into Slavery?

A: That Joseph had been killed by a wild animal. (Genesis 37)
And you thought you had family issues ...

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