Tuesday, July 10, 2007

I do not belong to the true church

Well, at least that is the opinion of the Vatican.

If you click on this link, the BBC reports a new document coming out of the Vatican that questions the authenticity of Protestant churches.

This of course has made a lot of people happy, and I say that sarcastically.

Seems like Pope Benedict plans to unify the church require that Protestant realize they are not true churches. Not exactly the way I would go......

Sunday, July 08, 2007

07-08-07 => Yes, that is the date for today, July 8, 2007, but today it has a more significant meaning. As some of you know, I am an aviation fan, and a big fan of Boeing. Well today was a big day at Boeing, today they unveiled the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

The is aircraft is a huge leap in aircraft design and will become the benchmark for the future. There are too many things to mention as to why this is such a great aircraft, I encourage you to go to Boeing's website and take a look for yourself.

The plane was shown to the world at around 7:30p.m. EST, and the Master of Ceremonies was Tom Brokaw, former Anchor of NBC Nightly News.

All I want to say, is it is a beautiful aircraft, and congrats Boeing. I can't wait to see it fly!

The picture in the post can be seen at Airliners.net, a great website for nerds like me.

Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Independence Day & Benchmark

Not a great 4th of July in Nashua......it is currently raining, and fireworks later seem unlikely. That's okay, we have had a lot of great weather recently and some rain is needed.

The 4th of July has further significance for the Wakefield clan as it marks my 1st Sunday at Nashua, NH in 2004. It has been 3 years since we came to Nashua and the time has seem to fly by. We are very encouraged by recent events and new opportunities and feel that year four should be very interesting.

So while you are enjoying the 4th where ever you are, we are thankful to be here in Nashua, serving the church and seeing God work. Nothing more rewarding, and we are very grateful.