Monday, May 19, 2008

A button-busting day...


...I can't wipe the grin off my face after getting a copy of Chuck Colson's Breakpoint radio program message today. I'm sure you can identify with a proud papa. Any time one of your offspring accomplishes something worthy and significant, it has a tendency to make your day.

Here's the link. I'll let the content speak for itself. http://www.informz.net/pfm/archives/archive_603418.html
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9 comments:

Wes said...

...hooray for your day, and Dallas', being made

...more films like this, please

...and I hope the rest of your day is fruitful

Wes said...

PS...

...in talking with our mutual friend, Steve M., "The Shack" folks need to get their heads around this as well

...just my opinion :-)

cristina said...

what a blessing! congrats to you both.

and the trailer was great. thanks for sharing, calling my attention to what looks like a gem.

Deborah Deetales said...

Wow, Jerry... what a wonderful commentary on Dallas' work! I can imagine how proud you and your wife must be. I'm looking forward to seeing the movie.

Blessings to you all,
Deb

Norm said...

I surmise "proud poppa" might be an understatement. Please pass along my congratulations to Dallas. And just think, I can say, "I knew him when he was just a really great kid!"

Jamin said...

I've watched Mindnight Clear, and I can say it gets the message across without being preachy. That's quite a talent.

Kathryn Mackel said...

Way to go, Dallas! (And Mom and Dad)

flowerfish said...

Great news! I was inspired to order the DVD. Chuck Colson's recommendation is to be cherished. Thank you for sharing your "button-busting" with your extended family of fans.

May all your close family members be blessed by God in their endeavors to bring goodness and knowledge of Christ to the world.

flowerfish said...

My husband and I got to view the excellent film. The details made the characters seem so real. At points I wanted to get into the film myself to give characters a pat on the back and a hug to make things better but the conclusion brought it all together and made things better without my effort. Guess that is how God works (Romans8:28).