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October 17, 2008

So my wife and I are unemployed.  It brings a whole new meaning to trusting God.  We HAVE to.  Doesn’t mean it’s easy, but I know that He will take care of us.  He has a plan for us that is unfolding as we speak.  

Unemployment is weird.  Quitting a job to be unemployed is even weirder.  But that’s ok.  We have lots to do.  California is ahead (Lord willing) with Texas in the rear view mirror.  Peace out, Texas!  Now we just have to sell our house to get the U-haul and the gas.  Please pray for that.  There are some great churches out in Orange County and we are hoping to find one that is home.

But for now, we are back to painting!  We are repainting the outside of our house (and not asking the home owners association…shhh…don’t tell) so that it will look all pretty for those coming to see it!  Woo hoo!  Come buy our house!

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. October 17, 2008 5:15 AM

    great job on the sign. if a church won’t hire you as a worship pastor (why the heck wouldn’t they?), you could always get a job as a graphic artist! you guys need to frame that.

  2. D. James permalink
    October 17, 2008 11:53 AM

    I’d like to visit that church.

  3. Kara-Kae permalink
    October 17, 2008 1:58 PM

    HA! Baby I really hope you can be a full time surfer so I can be your sugar mama!!! I love being unemployed with you! Good times!

  4. shanna permalink
    October 17, 2008 7:17 PM

    um…i know how “weird” it is to quit a job to be unemployed…enjoy it :). trust HIM. praying for you guys and hope to see you soon.

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