Monday, December 24, 2012

Merry CHRISTmas!

One of The Biggest Project's youngest supporters gave me and Emmanuel a crayon picture of the late mascot Baby. It's a final good-bye on the anniversary of her death, as we focus on the birth of our Savior. The Lord is kind and good to send us such a glorious Christ to deliver us from our sins. Merry CHRISTmas to you all.

Hark! the herald angels sing,
“Glory to the newborn King!”
Christ, by highest Heav’n adored;
Christ the everlasting Lord;
Late in time, behold Him come,
Offspring of a virgin’s womb.
Veiled in flesh the Godhead see;
Hail th’incarnate Deity,
Pleased with us in flesh to dwell,
Jesus our Emmanuel.

A Poem To Baby...

"I hope this is an encouragement for human Christians to have an attitude like Baby. I do not mean that Dogs can be Christians, but if they could, Baby exemplified how Christians ought to behave when it comes to the Gospel." - John C.

An ode to Baby:

She was like we should be
as Christians faithfully-
following our master always ready
to give an answer to those who ask
to share the good news is a joyful task
Baby was always ready to follow Trish
it was her only wish to server her master
as she went out to fish.
She wore her custom made vest with pride
all sorts of tracts and DVDs stuffed inside
and she always had a smile on her face
as she with her master tried to keep pace
her feet were ready to bring good news
the time was always right- she would never refuse
to follow her master, whether day or night
she never was fearful, never controlled by fright
because in her master was her full trust and faith
and this she demonstrated by her happy face
she was never downcast- never made an excuse
always ready to go, always ready to be used.
So when you are tired, and don't feel like going
or when you are fearful, and don't feel like sowing
Just remember Baby, and how she always was ready to go
till the day of her death, because she didn't know.
All she knew was how to follow and obey
she didn't say "wait- I have to pray"
about this task Christians are all commanded to do
she was willing to be used by her master- and so should you
Trust in the power of Jesus to see you through
as you obey Him, out of love serve Him, and GO!
to seek and save the lost like your Master did. 

-John C.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

In Memory of Baby 12-17-2012

On Monday, I just finished writing the Verse of the Day (1 Peter 1:24-25) on our family white board and minutes later my faithful friend, Baby, would suddenly die. Life is quick and very precious. Emilio, Emmanuel and I are celebrating her life. And Manny put on her "fishing" jacket and will be helping me fish for men in her stead.

We pilgrims walk the tightrope between earth and heaven, feeling trapped in time, yet with eternity beating in our hearts. Our unsatisfied sense of exile is not to be solved or fixed while here on earth. Our pain and longings make sure we will never be content, but that’s good: it is to our benefit that we do not grow comfortable in a world destined for decay. - Joni Eareckson Tada

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Mass Shootings—what the Experts are Missing

A lone gunman entered a crowded mall in Oregon this week, killing two people and wounding a 15-year old girl, before taking his own life. Police said that it seems to be a random rampage. Investigators reported that the killer, Jacob Tyler Roberts, 22, had no significant criminal history. His mother said that she had "no understanding or explanation" for his what he did and that it was "so out of his character." Robert’s Facebook friends said: "I have no words for why his happened,” “He was a good guy -- never in a million yrs." [sic], "He was never a mean person.” 

Most experts are as baffled as his friends. However, Ray Comfort, the producer of a new movie called “Genius” believes he knows why people kill. Comfort said, “His friends say that he was a nice guy and that he lost his job and broke up with his girlfriend. But those things have happened to millions and they haven’t gone out and murdered people.” The best-selling author and TV co-host added, “‘Genius’ points to what every mass murderer has in common, something the “experts” either don’t see, or they avoid talking about it. But it’s there. In the movie we asked 15 youths if they would murder for money and each of them had the same thing in common. Something tragic is happening in our country and most people don’t know what it is. Those who want to know what it is should watch the movie.” 

More than 160,000 people have viewed the 34-minute movie since it was put on YouTube a week ago. “Genius” can be freely watched on

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

"Genius" The Story of John Lennon - Shocking 34 minute Film!

Photo: Each of these people freely admitted that they would murder for money.