Thursday, November 12, 2009

11.12.09 - history, how is the story being told?

a gift from jon barnes, he thought it was cool to own something that was made in the 1800s. I took pictures of it to show texture by using off camera lighting.

The words in the pictures of the book have nothing to do with the topic of this blog. I'm sitting in the back of our Thursday night service listening to Mike Rohlin teach about the history of thanksgiving. History is cool, I wish I would have paid more attention to it in school. There is such a need for TRUTH in our history. For some reason I combined thanksgiving and the pilgrams with Columbus even though it was 2 centuries apart. I'm glad I came out tonite to hear Mike teach.

I went and taught at IMPACT today at Southwestern High School, a group of ninth and tenth graders get together during the lunch period with some local youth pastors. We did some worship and then I just brought a simple message of God's love to them.

When I checked in at the school the secretary asked me if I was just in the paper.

The church submitted a press release that Jess actually wrote originally, to the two local papers, its interesting to me how they were edited.

Jamestown's paper.
Warren's paper.

The original can be seen on our church's website.

I always thought if you wrote one number you wrote the other... I guess not...

Jess left for NYC today... its our first time apart for this long. She will return tuesday night.

JIM baker


  1. It was interesting how the Post Journal left out what your desires and passion are for the youth.

  2. its weird cause they are owned by the same company ::shrugg::


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