Sermon for Sunday, July 29, 2007 @ 8:30 a.m.Colossians 2:13The Rev. Scott E. Heitshusen What are the desires of our hearts? If we are honest with ourselves, the desires we have are ones that are far from God’s desires for our hearts. Perhaps our desires are greed or lusts or for status or wealth. We […]
Here’s me and some of the Trinity staff at Epcot. — We are in Orlando for a District convocation but left a day early so we could go to the parks. (If we left the day things started, we would have had to leave at around 4am that day! — Besides, Tom had never been […]
Sermon forSeptember 25, 2005 @ 11:00 a.m. Ezekiel 18:1-4, 25-32Philippians 2:1-11Matthew 21:28-32
We had some 80’s music on when the boys go tout of the bath the other night. They were dancin’ fools (including Jen)!
Here are the goofs! Ben’s in a laundry basket. — We don’t know why he’s there, but it’s cute!
Just hanin’ out, watching Elmo (or some other grand program).
As you may recall, Ben started school at the public school this month. Here are two pictures of Ben and Daniel before that day. Aren’t they cute?!
Sermon forSeptember 18, 2005 @ 11:00 a.m. Genesis 50:15-21 Romans 14:5-9 Matthew 18:21-35
Sermon for September 11, 2005 @ 11:00 a.m. Genesis 50:15-21Romans 14:5-9Matthew 18:21-35
This is a choice no Christian parent should have to make; whether to send your child to a Christian School where they will learn the most important news about God’s love through Jesus Christ, or a school where his/her special needs can be met. Last year Ben attended Trinity’s two year old preschool program for […]
Thursday I sent out a congregation wide email with the same information to accompany the September newsletter coming out soon about responses to the devestation of Hurricane Katrina. You can read it here. God bless them all.
Ok, so I just know you’ve been losing sleep over this, but we’re finally getting some sermons online for listening, downloading, subscribing to, etc. (To subscribe as a podcast, use this URL: http://feeds.feedburner.com/HeitshusenHoopla or use the XML putton at the bottom of the right hand column on this blog.) The first sermons are: Memorial Service […]
Wierd title, I know, but a nice program noonetheless. – If you want a short version, its the still-difficult-to-remember “PSLP”. What is it? It Is a program that was founded by the Georgia Advocacy Office (www.thegao.org), the protection and advocacy system that protects the rights of persons with disabilities in the state of Georgia. The […]
August 8, 2005: Daniel’s first day of 1st Grade. Here he is in his uniform: Close up Full view
In mid-July, we got to go down to Peechtree City to see some wonderful friends — the Schepmanns and Biars. (The Biars were in from Texas.) Here are some pictures of them: Karisa, me, Kris, & Jen Dan and little Caroline Henry (AKA, “Jr.”) Kayla with her great smile Keenan (L) and Thomas (R)