Monday, September 3, 2007

answers to comments

So, now that you all are doing your part, I figured out how to do mine. Having a blog is a lot of work! Ok, no it's not. I am just too busy watching cable TV. Ok, no I'm not.

Anyway, in answer to Nathan, the way that particular situation worked, he took ME to a baseball game, so YES, you are indeed my friend! But, in fact, I would take you to a baseball game if the opportunity ever arose.

Now on to Dave's question about Vintage. Ironically enough, Vintage is for young people. Don't kill the messenger now, but it is a young adult worship service that the Nags Head Church has on Monday nights (on highway 158 just south of Jockey's Ridge) that we attended while on vacation this year. In fact, Nathan is the worship pastor there and a big part of Vintage (hence the "woohoo"). I would imagine though that if you were to be on vacation there soon, say, sometime in September, and wanted to go, you know, just because you are feeling the whole Vintage vibe, that they would probably throw you a slice of pizza and enjoy your company.

In fact, this young adult worship is what is inspiring me to begin a young adult Bible study in our church sometime soon.

Scripture to ponder today: 2 Peter 1:3 "His divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness through our knowledge of him who called us by his own glory and goodness."

He has already given us everything we need, so what's our excuse?

1 comment:

MilePost13 said...

For the reasons why we named it "Vintage", check out the definitions for the word iteself...

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/vintage

And, unfortunately, we gathered for our last weekly Vintage a few weeks ago...through the remainder of the year, we'll be hosting Vintage Events once a month. The first event coming up in late Sept./early Oct. is a ping pong tournament. We're hoping to bring back the weekly gathering early next year.