OK...where to start.
I think I should say that I understand where all of this comes from. (You're asking "where what comes from?"... hang with me I'll get to that). There are "things" in this world that are really great! And Jesus is really great too. And how much better would those "things" in this world be if there was a Jesus version of them? Obviously the greatest EVER!!!!!

Unfortunately this logical thinking doesn't really play out. And you know what I mean. It's those cheesy Christian t-shirts, or those obnoxious bumper stickers, or those bad "end of the world" movies. Those things that make you frustrated your a believer.

And there is plenty of it.

Jesus told us to be LOVE in our culture, not to create a sub-culture that we easily love. Instead of promoting Jesus is a manner that really celebrates who He was and what He was about, we end up with what can probably only be called "Jesus Junk",

I think I'm going to start posting all the Jesus Junk I find. So today the question is; since 1000's of people love the WWE, what if there was a Pro Wresting League for believers?

Well here you go...

The Top Skylines

This web-site (http://www.diserio.com/top15-skylines.html) has a listing on the top 15 skylines in the world with some honorable mentions.
I think my favorite is Singapore (pictured here).

If I were creating the list my top 5 would probably be:
1. Singapore
2. Pittsburgh, USA
3. Guangzhou, China
4. Sydney, Australia
5. either Dubia, United Arab Emirates with it's desert or Seattle, USA with Mt. Hood in the background.

Feel free to post your top 5..


click here: http://www.googlefight.com/

I'm warning you now that by visiting this web-site you will be sucked into a world that you may never return from. Enter in your "keywords" and the battle begins. The results may not be pretty, but without a doubt there will be results!
And don't tell me that you didn't put your name in there against someone else.


Desperate for a Pop-Tart

I love Pop-Tarts, but this guy is just ridiculous.
Let this be a lesson to everyone that the lust for Pop Tarts only leads to destruction.
Click on the link below to read the article...


This is a reminder that there will be no youth group June 14th, due to the fact that several of us will be attending camp.
Keep up with your journaling and we'll meet again on June 21st.

Journaling Wednesday June 7th, 2006 – Tuesday June 21st, 2006

Wednesday June 7th, 2006 – Tuesday June 13th, 2006

Scriptures to Read:
Nehemiah 9:17
Colossians 2:13-15
2 Chronicles 7:14
Matthew 6:9-13
Luke 23:34
Psalm 130:4
Acts 10:43
Ephesians 1:7
Hebrews 9:22

Thoughts to Journal:
This week the Scriptures are key, so read them carefully, and then use these sentence to practice your journaling.
- If I could pick a nickname for myself, I would choose…
- My parents make me mad when they…
- The best way to eat spaghetti is…
- In the last month in my life, God has…
- If I found a wallet full of cash on the street I would…
- I feel anger when…

Wednesday June 14th, 2006 – Tuesday June 21st, 2006

Scriptures to Read:
Ephesians 4:32
Colossians 3:13
Matthew 6:14-15
Mark 11:22-25
1 John 1:9

Thoughts to Journal:
#1 Journal about a time when someone asked for your forgiveness…
#2 Find the lyrics to a song that talk about being hurt by someone else, and write the lyrics in your journal.
#3 Go Online… Google Rembrandt’s “The Return of the Prodigal Son”…print the picture…post it in your journal
#4 Read the Parable of the Lost (or Prodigal) Son…Luke 15:11-32
#5 Meditate on Rembrandt’s picture, and journal your thoughts about the painting and the story in Luke 15.
#6 Finish this sentence…
- “I find it hard to forgive because…”