Greg Laurie Interview – One Year Later

On July 24, 2008, Greg Laurie who is the Pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship Church in Riverside, California lost his first-born son to a tragic car accident. This devastating pain still lives throughout his family.

An excellent interview by Dan Wooding is posted on Greg’s blog. You should read it. (Click Here)

Greg Laurie Interview – One Year Later

On July 24, 2008, Greg Laurie who is the Pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship Church in Riverside, California lost his first-born son to a tragic car accident. This devastating pain still lives throughout his family.

An excellent interview by Dan Wooding is posted on Greg’s blog. You should read it. (Click Here)

Apollo 11 Memories

I was THERE!! Well, not actually present with the Astronauts of Apollo 11, but as a 10-year-old boy the memories are very vivid. I had cereal box punch-outs of the lunar module (LEM) and knew exactly what would happen next. Walter Cronkite was my hero as he explained every detail in advance.

But when the live TV of 1969 hit the airwaves, I was hooked. And I watched so attentively that I’m not sure I even ate a meal that day.

I remember that everyone in my house went to bed except my dad and me. As Neil Armstrong was preparing to take that first “small step” I looked back at my dad and he had fallen asleep — Ha! I watched continuously until they had made their walk, and until the TV stations all went off the air. Too bad I didn’t have a blog back then!!

I am now streaming the exact radio transmissions and living the moments over again at http://wechoosethemoon.org. Love it!

And here’s some restored video that captures some key moments of the famous NASA team working together for our U.S. Space Program.

Apollo 11 Memories

I was THERE!! Well, not actually present with the Astronauts of Apollo 11, but as a 10-year-old boy the memories are very vivid. I had cereal box punch-outs of the lunar module (LEM) and knew exactly what would happen next. Walter Cronkite was my hero as he explained every detail in advance.

But when the live TV of 1969 hit the airwaves, I was hooked. And I watched so attentively that I’m not sure I even ate a meal that day.

I remember that everyone in my house went to bed except my dad and me. As Neil Armstrong was preparing to take that first “small step” I looked back at my dad and he had fallen asleep — Ha! I watched continuously until they had made their walk, and until the TV stations all went off the air. Too bad I didn’t have a blog back then!!

I am now streaming the exact radio transmissions and living the moments over again at http://wechoosethemoon.org. Love it!

And here’s some restored video that captures some key moments of the famous NASA team working together for our U.S. Space Program.