Sunday, February 26, 2006

The biggest dump of snow in NYC in a century

Two weeks ago, New York had their biggest dump of snow in a century. It would have been fun, 'cept it all happened on a Sunday morning in which I preached.

The Story...

My wife + 2 kids under 2 now live on Manhattan - just moved two months ago from Sydney. We live near our church [ ]. And it took us 30 minutes to get there that Sunday! 20 of those minutes were in a cab stuck in the snow. [The Avenue looked like an Alaskan town Main St]. Of course, we have no idea about how to handle the snow… so we brought a stroller with us. Apparently, that’s obviously wrong, as we found out at Church.

I want to know if there’s a site:


Anyway, we had a great time in Church that week. Lots of snow covered people; the text of my sermon was - God’s plan for the Church from Ephesians 3:1-14; and the first hymn, by the grace of God, was “Our God our Help in Ages Past”. The first verse: “Our shelter from the stormy blast, and our eternal home."


Here are some pics for your viewing pleasure.

And a chance for me to practise posting on a Blog.

Love, Justin.

Sunday, February 19, 2006

"Look at me, I'm rambling' again"


Justin here.

Testing out the world of blogs.

The pic is of the patron saint of Blogs.
And his immortal words are the reason for his patronage...

"I guess that's the way the whole durned human comedy keeps perpetuatin' it-self, down through the generations, westward the wagons, across the sands a time until-- aw, look at me, I'm ramblin' again. Wel, uh hope you folks enjoyed yourselves."
-- The Stranger.