Friday, December 21, 2007

Christmas blessings from the Netherlands!

video

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.

7 comments:

Mike said...

Paul,

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

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John said...

Paul!

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.

John

Ricardo [DIVERSITÀ] said...

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

wordsandcats 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!