Monday, July 30, 2007

This and That

Taylor and I have been sewing up a storm lately. We have gotten some of our UFO's (Un-Finished Objects) completed and created new ones, lol. We will be putting a few items in our Etsy shop.

I will be teaching a sewing class for the ladies at our church on August 18th. I am excited, but nervous. I am good at being the "leader", lol. I'd rather sit back and learn although I do love helping people one on one. There were too many ladies interested to do that, so we will be doing it as a class. I will post pictures (which Taylor will be taking).

I really enjoyed this Sunday more than usual, because Greg was feeling pretty good that day. We also had some repeat new time visitors. Bro. Skriloff was excited because he has had a new faithful soldier coming out. He's saved and grounded which will be a big help to Bro.Skriloff in getting other single soldiers out. For those who don't know. Bro. Skriloff is a Missionary to the Single Soldiers, here @ Ft. Polk, LA. For the past couple or years there has been very few soldiers coming and none that have stayed.

4 comments:

Jessica said...

Sign me up for your class!! I'm sure you'll be a great teacher. I am definitely looking forward to seeing pictures. Miss you guys!

God Bless
Jess~

Stephanie said...

i like that UFO's LOL...i have a lot of those!

Anonymous said...

Hi, my name is Michael Skriloff and I would like to contact Stan Skriloff. I too am a Jewish convert to Christianity and would love to know my "cousin" (as all Skriloffs are related). My email is mskriloff@verizon.net

Thanks!

Brian Hargis said...

I've been here for a year and a half sowing seeds, pastoring and winning souls and no one that I know has ever heard of Missionary Stan Skirloff. My old home church in Ohio supports the guy. Plus we have a Pastor and Chaplain Association that recently formed to help reach Soldiers and families in the community with the Gospel, but neither Skirloff nor Cornerstone Baptist Church in New Llano is part of it. Sure would like to know what's going on. ~Chaplain Brian Hargis brian.hargis1@us.army.mil