Saturday, January 3, 2009

Link Repaired!

I have repaired the link to Capital Christian Center. It was a matter of one letter. :( I need to go back to school and learn how to spell. Pretty sad when I was a top speller in school and made it to the spelling B. Oh well. Any way, it is fixed now and you should be able to visit the site. I apologize for having taken so long to realize. Thank you hon for brining it to my attention.
Enjoy listing to the messages that Pastor Ken, Krist (his son), Tracy (his daughter), and some of the other Pastors have given as well.
We had a guest speaker at one point, and forgive me, I'm terrible with names, but he done a segment on windows. His messages were sooooo powerful.

Blessings to you all!

4 comments:

Chris Bowers said...

"d. Every believer in Christ must be subject to God’s authority in a specific local church for spiritual protection and long term fruitfulness. Hebrews 13:17" I found this at the end of Capital Christian Centers faith statement. It is so true. For the longest time, I ignored this principal and it showed.

Omah's Helping Hands said...

I hear you Chris. It sure does make a difference. But as with us all, it is a learning process, and His timing is perfect.

Glad to hear you checked the site out!
Have a great weekend!

Max-e said...

Hi Tammy, thanks for stopping by at the Maxfiles and commenting. I was curious about your use of "Omah" until I read your profile - is that what your grandchildren call you?
I never realiied that this this term was used for grandmother in the USA.
It is very common here in the Afrikaans community, but we spell it differently - "ouma". "Ou" being old and "ma" being mother. Pronounced the same way as your spelling though.
For grandfather it is "oupa".
My grandson calls me "grampa".

Omah's Helping Hands said...

Hi Max-e!

From the Afrikaa's. It's great to have a chance to talk with you!

Yes, Omah is what the grandchildren call me. It is a slang term for grandma in Germany. We had been stationed there for 4 years and picked up on some of the language and customs. Opah is for grandpa, but they call my hubby Pacca.

It's amazing how close yours and Germany's words are.

Thanks for stopping by. I really like your blog. Hope to get the chance to chat with you more.
Tammy