Jun 9, 2008

an amazing God-sized yesterday


I could tell you how amazing yesterday was...



but I think it's easier to just link to THIS.


11 comments:

Amy said...

Wow, Tony, that is incredible! Thanks for BEING the church and sharing and participating in that incredible story. Many prayers for the Aumans as they continue to have their faith tested in upcoming months.

David Malouf -- said...

Unbelievable! You and the Community got it SO right! I'm having an extremely hard time find words to match what I'm feeling and thinking right now. I am so glad everyone involved got to see this come to fruition - especially the little ones. If they think this is what being a fellow, follower of Jesus is supposed to be like, if they grow up thinking this is the "norm"... gonna change the world!

Honored to be in even distantly associated with you/y'all!

David

Sean said...

That's pretty cool Tony. Are these people a part of your community?

Tony Myles said...

When my family and I moved here a year and a half ago, this was the first family/neighbor we reached out to. They were attending within that first month, so we have had a special bond with them.

But this is something we hope to do within our region with other neighborhoods and so on. So Lord willing this is just one step among many.

Aili said...

You make me cry Tony. In fact, I wrote a post about how you made me cry: http://notperfection.wordpress.com/2008/06/10/softened-heart/
You truly are a man who seeks the things of eternity, and I am grateful for you.

Scott said...

Bravo!

bluesky said...

I saw your link to World Vision and I thought I would inform you of AIDtoCHILDREN.com.

AIDtoCHILDREN.com is a dual-purpose site for building an English
vocabulary and raising money for under privileged children in the most
impoverished places around the world.

Check it out at http://www.aidtochildren.com

Katie said...

Tony, what a great way to put in action what we hear and speak about in church. I wish I was more action and less talk sometimes.

Scrammy said...

I love it :)

It's not that the world doesn't hear about these sorts of things...

... it's that it's consistent.

Ed G. said...

very, very cool.

The Momma said...

Totally awesome!!!