Memorial Day

In one sense this is one of the saddest days of the year. For those who have lost a son or daughter, father or mother, brother or sister, neighbor or friend, this day echoes the pain for one that has fallen to war. The sting is great and I do not diminish it one bit.

Give thanks, we are off and running

We had the blessing of running down to Iowa and to the NASCAR east race. We hung out with the Whittens. What a blessing to be with them and meet some of the others with East, Nationwide, ministry’s and sponsors. It was great to get the season started at MIS Sunday. Thanks to those that

Armed Forces Week/Day

Tomorrow starts the week-long honoring of the Armed Forces. It is a week that is highlighted with Saturday May 21, 2011 as Armed Forces Day. In 1949, the day was set aside to honor those that serve this great nation in the five armed forces. In 1662, President Kennedy made it an official holiday. Enough

Belated Happy Mother’s Day

With all the things going on I did not have time to write this out for today. I did have my thoughts together, just not written down. Sorry Mom, I know you understand. One of the great things about Moms is their understanding. Let me share three points this year: Exodus 20:12 Honor your father

Tom Powell

It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that we announce the passing of Tom Powell. None of us will forget the flamboyant Powell and his pre-race routine. He was a big part of the show of racing throughout the Midwest. Tom was a class act! Please pray for his family and friends as

Every Day is Counted

There have been several major events this past week reminding us of how fragile life is. Starting with the storms in the South that claimed so many, then the news broke of Tom Powell and his massive heart attack and then yesterdays late night breaking news of Bin Laden’s death. We continue to pray for