Thursday, January 29, 2009

Enough About Me! (What do you think of me?)

I'm just kiddin. Thought I'd steal that line from the old movie "Beaches" to introduce an interview I just did with FaithReaders. Those questions were H-A-R-D, and Lynda certainly knows how to make a person think!

Anyway, here's the link if you're interested. I'd love to know what you think.

Now. Enough about me. What do you think of HIM?

"My mouth will tell of Your righteousness
of Your salvation all day long, 
though I know not its measure. 
I will come and proclaim Your mighty acts, 
O Sovereign Lord; 
I will proclaim Your righteousness, 
Yours alone. 
Since my youth, O God, You have taught me, 
and to this day I declare Your marvelous deeds."
Psalm 71:15-17, NIV (emphasis mine)

In the Key of HE,

6 friends shared a comment:

Joanne Sher said...

The interview is INCREDIBLE, dear. Even I learned something new!

And, of course, God's word is ALWAYS wonderful. Such a wonderful reminder.

Homesteader in Training said...

That was wonderful my friend. LONG but wonderful LOL. I'm so kidding.Remember I'm here to bring the laughs and you're here to bring people to Christ! LOL. I'd read an entire book about you!!
Love you sister.

Laurie Ann said...

I think you interview very well and loved learning so much more about you, LauraLee! As for the Father, I am completely, totally in love with Him!

a woman found said...

I really enjoyed getting to know you a little better through that interview. I feel like we share a lot and like you're someone I definantly would love to "apprentice" under when it comes to using our gifts for God's glory... while we eat sushi :)

I share the going into homeschooling kicking and screaming with you. God really changed my heart when He directed me to homeschool my kids. He's given me a lot of insight into how best to follow His lead in training them, and I think He's prepared me for sending my older one to the public school this year (which He's clearly leading me in just as much as He led me in homeschooling for this past year).

Anyway... I just love ya and wish you were my neighbor!!


elaine @ peace for the journey said...

Great interview! I'm afraid I would be at a loss for words if anyone asked me that many questions. I know...hard to imagine.


Betsy Markman said...

Wow, what an awesome interview! I'm glad to get to "know" you a bit better. You're a great Internet sister to have!