Friday, December 21, 2007

Christmas blessings from the Netherlands!

Please have a look at my first video blog posting - recorded with my cell phone on an empty road near our church! Have a look at it and let me know what you think. You need to have the Quick Time video application installed on your computer if you want to watch this clip.


Mike said...


This is great. Thanks for sharing a little of your life with us.

I for one will be praying that the Lord will move greatly in your Church over Christmas.

Merry Christmas

John said...


What a wonderful post. It was nice to put a voice with your words. I too will be praying with you as the opportunity to touch thousands with the gospel comes to your church. I am praying that as they hear faith will be born in their lives for, "faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God." (Romans 10:17).

Merry Christmas to you and yours.


Ricardo [DIVERSITÀ] said...

Hey Paul! Thank you for remember me! May God bless u and your family at this Christmas! Happy new year! =]

Anonymous said...

Paul, this is wonderful! There's a voice to the face and the writing now. (You appeared to be a little cold out there!)

I will keep your church in my prayers. The Christmas season provides us with a wonderful opportunity to demonstrate how marvelous God's love is for us!

David said...

I also enjoy having a voice with the face on your blog. I can't imagine such a quite road filled with a traffic jam of 5000 worshippers. It will be a wonderful sight indeed!

Merry Christmas!

Carol L. Douglas said...

Paul--that road is so skinny, as is the "street" in Sosha's picture, which I can't really figure out whether 'tis a street or a ditch. How does one handle so many cars on such a narrow road?

I LOVE the flat Dutch landscape. (As soon as Doug figures out how to be assigned to work in Britain, I will be over there to paint.) We live in a peculiarly flat area of the United States, so it trips my trigger, as does the tidy line of trees. Very neat.

Paul said...

Hi Carol, I will send you an email with Google aerial pictures - it will give you a better idea of the area where we live. Have a blessed Christmas!