Thursday, May 6, 2010

Need help?

Our national election is on Monday, 10th of May. Candidates are campaigning  everywhere. They starts at 6am till midnight. Their jingles are heard everywhere too. Its so loud, it actually irritate your ears and if your not careful it will mess up your day.
I heard one candidates during his campaigns that if the people will vote for him and win. He will fight for the people and that he will be their lawyer. I also heard about Gulf Coast Jones Act that helps those who work as maritime worker. I have actually two friends who are living their loved ones behind one is for nine months and the other is only for four months to work in a cruise ship and the other in a cargo ship. 
May the Lord bless us all in whatever work we are in today.

Andrew turns 25 (Yesterday May 6)

This was hubby's cake.
 Its a gift from our dear couple friend rudolf+rocks
It was indeed a fun night. I was so tired and went to bed right away  after the party.

Every Blessing that YOU poured out...turns back to Praise...!

Our YM Van

Our ministry own a L300 Mitsubishi van and its my hubby's responsibility to take care of it. Since its for the ministry... anyone form us/staff can borrow it as long they have a reservation slip signed approved by hubby and our team leader.
Its sometimes brings headache to hubby specially when he has to renew its registration and the car insurance because there's a lot of things to do. It is really a big help to car owners if they would hire people to do those things for them during their busy days and they really need their cars to keep them moving. There are lots of auto insurance quote where everyone could find help for a lesser work.
Good day!

Under the Bridge!

I knew someone who felt so lost  if she can't  hang out with her friends.  Her so called friends lives under the bridge. Just imagine the suffocating smelly odor that hangs around you when your there and even while you are already outside. The smell never left you, unless you shower. hahaha. But this young girl loved to stay there 24/7 if we would allow her to.
Sometimes we asked her why, she told us that...everything seems alright being with them. She ate what they ate... she talked what they talked about. She's "in" in that community of only God knows what they are doing  under. Young girls are getting pregnant,  young boys drinking alcohol and looks like using prohibited drugs same as the adults, and the children are everywhere begging  for anything they can benefit of.
There are people who cares for them though; the community official tried to relocate them, the church near by reach out unto them, some good people offered them help by offering them jobs and sending their youngs to school. But what these people did.... they just simply refused. Very disappointing and frustrating, its very hard to help someone or people who is/are contented living like the rats on their rats holes.
But in spite of all of these... Jesus still loves them! May the Lord give us love like His, that we may be able to love these people in return.

Every Blessing that YOU poured out...turns back to Praise...!