Honor

THE MEDAL OF HONOR! One of the greatest awards that our nation gives has incredible history.

Honor is empowering inspiring. There are people in my life who I often take for granted. If you ask me straight up, I would be quick to tell you how much I appreciate not only what these ones I love DO, but WHO THEY ARE. Unfortunately, I get caught up in my own little world way too often.

My wife, Ginger, is just one of these people. She is my best friend and confidant. In fact, she OFTEN will encourage me with scripture, words, wisdom, and honor.

I will miss her this weekend. She is once more spreading her wings in ministry. It seems that not only being a singer-song writer is natural, but so is speaking. She will be the featured guest speaker — 3 messages — at a retreat at Lake Tahoe. Under that beautiful backdrop — and disconnection from technology — God will challenge nearly 100 women.

So, THANK YOU, Ginger for being MY inspiration! Today, I would like to honor YOU! I am praying for changed lives and stories of spiritual victories as a result of your inspiration.

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CD Release Party Video of Ginger Hohm and “This Train”

Recorded January 10, 2009. Enjoy!

Ginger Hohm, “This Train”. http://GingerHohm.com

Click HERE to view the video!

View THIS TRAIN CD Release Party! Live Stream on Saturday Announced

I think it’s coming together to stream live Ginger’s CD Release party for “This Train”. You can find it at http://CafeHope.tv . But the party is LIVE at Central Assembly, 570 Appian Way, El Sobrante, California 94803.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Central Assembly

6 PM

Refreshments will be served!

LIVE STREAM LINK: http://CafeHope.tv

Happy New Year!

Evaluations and lists are everywhere today. Have you checked in to see what your goals in life are for the next year?

Oh, here’s a link to an article placed in the Mechanics Bank “Closer to Home” newsletter about Christmas on the Avenue. We had a standing-room only crowd as the City of Pinole opened up one of their empty store fronts. Ginger Hohm, Evie Haskell-Herndon, and Martin Cantu gave a gift to the city of Christmas music.