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Saw God While My Sons Were Camping

This past weekend two of my three sons were at a Boy Scout Camping Trip in the Woods.  My oldest son is 12 and has done this a couple times with the Troop in the past, but my younger son is 11 and it was his first time without his Dad or me.  He also is a Type I Diabetic who requires insulin before meals and regular testing of blood sugar.  The cell service is sketchy at best in this area.

On the second evening of their stay, I awoke at 3am to very strong winds.  We live in an area of NJ that was severely hit a couple years back with Hurricane Sandy and I know all too well how much damage some fallen branches or trees can do to a home – let alone a thin tent in the woods – so of course my worrying kicked into overdrive!  I worried about the weather, possible bears, my son’s blood sugar – you name it.

But then I recalled a sermon from a local Christian Church that I had listened to on-line just the day before.  The pastor was talking about fear and I actually wrote down a few of his words that really made sense to me.  He was talking about Jesus on the lake with his disciples during a bad storm, and how Jesus was sleeping in the boat.  He said “Perfect Love casts out fear.  If you know the love of God, you sleep in the boat with Jesus.”

So here I am in the middle of the night worried sick and I decide to get up and start reading Matthew 8:23-27…as I do – the winds calm down – so I continue reading.  After a while I decide I am getting tired, and jump over to celebrity type website before going to bed – at which point the winds picked up again!  Totally true story!!!  So I quickly went back to Matthew and continued reading as the winds quieted down once again.

I finished after a little while, and then went back to my boat (bed) to go back to sleep with Jesus!

The boys returned home safely the next morning and had an awesome time.

It was a nice reminder to Trust in the Lord.

Leslie -NJ

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Saw God in a Portrait


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Saw God in a Field


A farmer does this with his tractor. He uses GPS to get the letters readable. He has done this every fall for several years now. Here’s the view from the flight pattern into OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE,

Bellevue, NE , just south of Omaha .

This is what our servicemen see when landing at off AFB. Hat tip to the Bellevue farmer, Chris Shotton, who made it happen!



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Saw God in Giving


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Saw God in the Pinkishy Orangy Morning Sky


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Saw God in Sisters

Thank God for my three sisters!!!


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Saw God in Good Thoughts

Carrie-Chicago, IL

Saw God “From the NICU To the Moon”

(CNN) — “What do you want to be when you grow up?”

It’s both a daunting and a promising question that children field from the time they can comprehend the concept of a future.

For newborns in the neonatal intensive care unit of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, that tiny query is even more poignant.

A new photo series imagines bright futures in store for the hospital’s monitor-strapped preemies. Whimsical doodles are superimposed on pictures of the babies, depicting them in professions such as astronauts, Olympians, ballerinas and chefs.

“From the NICU to the Moon” is part of the organization’s Safe Sleep Campaign, which hopes to connect parents and caregivers with safe sleeping tips in order for their babies’ sweet dreams — amid the steady beep-beep of NICU monitors — to become a reality.

The photographs were taken by an employee of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and designers at Matchstic, a branding agency in Atlanta, handled the imaginative doodles. All of the little dreamers were born between 25 and 37 weeks of gestation, according to Jessica Wright, a nurse educator.

“We wanted the photos to help educate parents about the need for babies to sleep alone, on their backs and in a crib,” Wright said, adding that babies can be unintentionally harmed by blankets and stuffed animals in the crib, sharing an adult bed or sleeping on his or her stomach.

According to the CDC, approximately 4,000 infants between 1 month and 1 year of age die suddenly and unexpectedly each year — and the leading cause of those deaths is accidental suffocation or strangulation in bed.

More than that, the campaign is about looking to the next chapter after the NICU, Wright says, and a safe sleeping environment is a big part of it.

“We also wanted the photo series to show that our NICU babies are poised to make a big impact on the world,” Wright said.


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Saw God in a Dog Watching a Dog


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