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Great Falls Park

Great Falls Park

GREAT FALLS, Va. — The family took a Sunday afternoon walk in Great Falls National Park. 

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A Letter to My Mom on Mother's Day 2020

A Letter to My Mom on Mother's Day 2020

I am Absolon, the son of Patrica, the daughter of Amanda, the daughter of Mary.

I was blessed with a mother whose kindness and compassion were the examples set before me in my youth. A mother whose joyful presence and warmth turned our house into a home full of life and love. She persistently prayed for me and her unwavering support is the foundation that I stand in every season of my life.

Although she is no longer with me here today, I honor her and her mothers today on Mother's Day because I am a husband and a father today because of them.

 

Momma,

Happy Mother's Day in Heaven.

Love Your Son,

Al

 

Taking the time

Taking the time

ANNANDALE, Va. — Taking the time to enjoy the small moments in life.

 

Melody Orchestra Pre-Assessment Concert

Melody Orchestra Pre-Assessment Concert

ANNANDALE, Va. — Little Kent 2 and the Poe Melody Orchestra presented the Pre-Assessment Concert on March 4. Under the direction of Mrs. Mary Hobbs the students performed three selections during the evening.

 

It only takes a moment...

It only takes a moment...

It only takes a moment, but it means so much. #VOTE

 

Virginia War Memorial Dedication Ceremony

Virginia War Memorial Dedication Ceremony
Virginia War Memorial Dedication Ceremony
Virginia War Memorial Dedication Ceremony
Virginia War Memorial Dedication Ceremony

RICHMOND, Va. — The Virginia War Memorial dedicated the Shrine of Memory Expansion and opened the C. Kenneth Wright Pavilion during a ceremony on February 29. Located along the James River in downtown Richmond, the Virginia War Memorial was established as a memorial to honor the memory of all Virginians who demonstrated a willingness to serve and fight to defend the United States.

 

Checked into Poe Middle School

Poe Middle School monthly PTSA meeting

 

Sermon Notes for "Forging Multi-Generational Connections"

Sermon Series: 100 Day Challenge

Speaker: Ryan A. Sturgis

Key Scripture: Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23

Sermon Date: Saturday 02-01-2020

Address: Capital Baptist Church, Thor Drive, Holmes Run Heights, Annandale, Fairfax County, Virginia, 22003, United States of America

INTRODUCTION

Proper theology informs our posture (or attitude) and our posture influences how we approach and execute any activity for the Lord.

QUESTION

How is it that receiving the "Good News" with joy could be the description of someone who disowns or falls away when pressure and prosections come because of the word?

I propose to you that the Gospel is received with joy when there is no funeral to self.

MULTI-GENERATIONAL DISCIPLESHIP

Discipleship means growth. (Ephesians 4:11-13)

Discipleship is also familiar growth in fellowship with Believers. (Ephesians 4:1-6, John 17:21, I Corinthians 1:10) Our goal is to grow together as we grow together.

Discipleship is sharing life. (1 Thessalonians 2:8)

3 DESCRIPTORS OF CHRIST-CENTERED RELATIONSHIPS THAT FACILITATE MULTI-GENERATIONAL DISCIPLESHIP

1. Make intentional connections — initiate connections and breathe life into existing connections. (Matthew 28:18-20)

2. Make meaningful connections — intentionally discover who the other person is. Be organic and create healthy connectons for Christ. (Matthew 4:19)

3. Make purposeful connections — making the sight of  Christ desirable. (Galations 4:18)

 

Men's Superbowl Saturday Fellowship Breakfast

Men's Superbowl Saturday Fellowship Breakfast
Men's Superbowl Saturday Fellowship Breakfast
Men's Superbowl Saturday Fellowship Breakfast
Men's Superbowl Saturday Fellowship Breakfast

ANNANDALE, Va. — The Littles joined me at the Capital Baptist Church's annual men's Superbowl Saturday Fellowship Breakfast.

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